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MNIORA NEWS 

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SOVMG NEWMUWn, AMOU AMD TK MIRAL MSmCTS OF NORFH YORK 




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MA lOOTH YEAR. EXKGS^HERALO S7TH YEAR 



NO, 34 



NEWMARKET, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, (752 



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$950,000 



FAIRY LAKE, AS IT WAS AND AS IT IS 




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A new WM,000 home for tte 
ai^ed win be buHt on Eogle St 
w»t of Annilage Helghta to 
Newmarket, it was wWo^nced 
last nifihl by County: Cpmmi*-. 
nloner Rcflve OUv€r.,CrwWoTd 



of Scarboro- The mm-^^^^^j:. 



commodate MO perM®^MS^^ 




the Kile where NewmturKett**^^^^ 
Ci! had earlier dlflCU^^^efitjb?: 
lish^/ig a low ?^ntal hiiittiril^siiV 
division, A few y<^M;a^^m 
addition to Iho prcsSnP'fip^" 
ihc corner of Yonic and Kgle 
SliJ, was dificufiscd »ntil.:^aiig: 
drawn but this prepoaal waTdfa^i 
carded because of the lay oj m^ 

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A spedal committee. head«4 

by Keeve Henry Ogden, Slouff- 

viilc, will report to County 

. Council In NoTpmbe% on, the 

workmen may be^n bmlding 
the homo in May, 1953. ; ^^ : 

When it opens, possibly m the 
«cnmer of 1955, the home wlU. 
ht filled to capacity tomedJaW: 
ly, Aaid Mr. Crockf^d, :■: .5:^ 

The county jnay rtlaln *n<*'^|^^ 
hom*i which accommodate ?f, 
men and women 
uny 4i*ernoW, 

The present ^onie 

Municipalities haye H.^^ft:^ 
elderly persons Sn^P^W^E'iMjM 

HaV. Swartlea'. .^^P^fe'M 

who Is on the speelal c<>nw§»*<^^ 

'This ifl costing: to<*. much 

It win bo 5ffhUai^# tM.:*»W 
^tory Halton Coiipl? 6<?ine^*vi«; 
i.t a cost of »750,6O(i 




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A post card view, taken of Fairy Lake in 1010, is roprocfuccd above, while below is a picture 
taken from approximately the same spot this week- The two pictures show the deterioration of 
the lakf from pre-frfst war days when it wus a beauty spotnntl used for boating and swimming, 
to its present muddy and uselcs'i candition. The pictures weic taken from the south-east bank 
toward? the lawn of the home now owned by Ros* Carndonna. The little log cabin on the lawn 
I3 easily recogni^-ed,; . 



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N. ©WILL 
ON 

North dwUiiiiibt% ii^ ^ 
its Spfjrts Day :<in Satfil'4»r 
a pageant and pa rffqe wU|^ start; 
the feslivmeB at 1 p^m.* lo »^ 
followed by a progr^in of -races; 
for children, fl wQball tbiiroa- 
ment, horse-ahoo piftBJ**^. -f^-*^ 
test and tug o' war- 
There wili be prizes for those 
entering the parade^ with :the 
h^X dtcoraled float, ear, bicycle^ 
irityclc, doll carriage and pet- 
l^ter on Iheie will be a lucky 
.draw of a variety o* electric ap- 
pliances- 

In the eVcfnJhgt iHere will'be 
bingo and games with. dancing 
to Hoh McCaw'a orcljestra- J 

The sporla day will be h^jdjon 
the grounds behind Ifi^.neV^rfnk. 

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ON 
ONLY CA 

iTirce bwak-iiii! wcS^e reported 

along GorhafaStVMtttre^aiS ^^ 
W.:iO on Saftitday niimjTml 
If^rt repf*rtt*d exccttl.oa.<2ftt=/fne 

homns biXfkert1nf«U^iVlh6!^0t 

•Sfuari I'crrfe: ii-bm wWcli S^^ 
w;ii *toien; J. JS./AriwJ* ttotn 

vihjfh S25 was EtoUns mid Borl 

VUiywr, 'iiievfaiter wu* on hoV 

Idayf! at tlw> ti*h&^^mt|»l[Cowon? 
umihff- to ctieeh th^'flOiouni^'f 
thf IokMk 
III <?v<^rj' €flSfl,only eftsh\was 

»^ioh'n. tile Iblef o^. (hkvejt Jg' 

jifisHi vjiluabte ■.-Jewellery . and 

ttUifv ohJet^fK, /Enlrahce". was 

rninu* hy forclna- w^^ciis.: on 

^Toirnd Hoor t^lti^ow*-' . :■■ 
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ij4'i-\iiiri hf'twt^ii jJicjKr (hrflH Jind 
i\n' thefifi : along: l^cp'Slmf^ 
whore/ as weJti.§it th:B; eflrllef' 
iiH»;*k-Jn^ repiirted In tfee V-l*^- 
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Call For Ballot On Sept. 22 
On Rebuilding Of Main St., 
To Fill Deputy Reeve's Chair 



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Newinnrket rate-payers will go to the polls on jHon- 
cJay, Sept. 22, Tliey will have two ballots to mark: 
tlieir choico of candidates for the deputy kovc's office, 
left vacant by the death of J, L, Spillelte; and their 

.answer to the qu(3stion of rebuilding Main St. . . 



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; > Ftiuy Lake couhl be ix>5toi*cil again to tho beauty 
anti utility it possessed In 1910 it there.were the will 
and the? onerg^ in.Mcwmarket to ubdorlake the task* 
All llmt is fequireU ia the leademhfp/ either through 
Ihi^ touncii or through d service dub; even a repre- 
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It w^uld not be an easy uiHleriakitig nor cotild it 

bo accoffilpliahea in a ahortUmc, But once the atari 

was int^e, we are certain that progress would bo rcla- 

. lively Smooth and relatively swift- . The result wottld 

lie a source of pulilio pride, a Iwauty spot, and even the 

„ answnr to the oft-debated question of a swimming im>l 

t^i V The (Jpjier Holland Kiver ConWrvatioii AuUioriiy 
: has tiegun tlie iinnienjje job of policing the banks of the 
_ river, it will take time before the tjf forts of the auth- 
; orlty show fruit but in time, the flow of water will be, 
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:"' With this initial step taken, it remains only for 
Newnmrkct to plan tlio prolectlon of the banks, and 
take steps to put t)ie inrntl to use- 



The decision to take the vote 
was made at. a special council 
meeting on Monday morning 
whcii council vptwl 4-3 In favor 
of a vote on the question of Main 
St. A vote to IIU the deputy 
reeve's chair Is mahfiatoiy and 
it was decided to hold both bal- 
lots on the same day,/ 
. iTie decision to have a vote on 
Main St. follows a sumnienlong 
deliate In coitncIL The decision 
to act was, brought to a head by 
a reqtiGst from the Toronto and 
York Hoad Commission, which 
shares the cost, for an immediate 
indication of whether Ncwmar- 
Icet would accept the proposal 
for the Main St, work, — — . - 

Another factor In the decision 
of council was Toronto Mayor 
In^mport's weekend denunciation 
of the commission, Toronto 
sh;n-es with York County the 
cost . of maintaining certain 
roads in the county, including 
Main St. Mayor Lampoit urj^ed 
an end to this expenditure by 
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County Money Available 

1'he (juestlon of i-ebuUdlng 
Main St, arose when this year, 
the Toronto and York Road 
Commission agreed to budget for 
Its share of the Main St, work 
prepanUory.to handing over the 
maintenance, of the road to the 
ntunlclpallly. Under the present 
arrangement, the commission is 
responsible for. the upkeep of the 
centre 22' and Ncwmnikct for 
the roadsides and gutters. ' ' -. 

The proposal was that the 
commission relmlld its part of 
thri road and.tlicn turn It.ovcr to 
Nciv-market, Total cc^t of .the 



proieet is an estimated $233,000 
of which Newmarket's share 
would bo $1(6.000: the road 
commission's share $82,000; and 
Iho province's share, $lS,O0a 

The. coun<^l has argued the 
question of whether to under- 
take the project for some weeks. 
Bf^gest objection xvas the high 
cost and the need.for other.hcavy 
expenditures Ineludine the ca<>t 
of a new sewage disposal plant. 
The attitude Incouncil generally 
has been ifiMain St. were re- 
built, the sbwage disposal plant 
would have to be postponnl. On 
the other hand, the town is under 
heav>* pressure from the. prov- 
ince to undertake the sewage dis- 
posal plant as soon as po^lble, 
A^ree Job Most Be Done 

There was general recognition 
In council . that both projects 
would have to be iintler taken 
sooner or later, hut a genera! 

reluctance to accept the . heavy 
cost of either or both. 








Ion HONEYMOON 
BRIDE IN [HOSPITAL 
AFTER ACCIDENT 

Mr. and Mrs/ George Mont* 
gomery bad planned to be away 
on their honeymoon at thLj time, 

but Mrs. Montgomery Is still in ^break-ins and an early inoming 
York County hospital where sholchase by the police. The. upshot 
"was rushed fottbwing an auto-l.o' it all was the arrest of two 
tnobjlo. accident, on Y6n£e St. 'young men, Robert Gagnc and 
Just alter the happy couple bod Frank Hehr, on charges of es- 
corted off on their honeymoon. caping lawful custody, breaking 
trip. and entering, theft - of car and 

Mri. Montgomery, the former Wiett of a truck. 



Schombcrg had an . editing 
pvGckohd with gun fire, thefts. 



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. flow about it? i>o we leave the pond Uj its present 
.^Utte, otie whii^h is neither credit nor value to the town, 
or do wo restore to beauty a natural resource from 
which we can all benefit? . Surely the answer is "yes"- 




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W. J!. Waftaco ajffiiit cnly :sbc 
yt':ir.^ in Nej^arfel'tW^a "boy 

*nu Um memocy of'thtis^ yoaw" 
in a h;ippy ono Qod wfteh ho ha$ 
the opt)ortunlty,;fe3j^i3iS: lore^^ 
turn Ui Nett'tiiark<ij^4hd Icrok u 



hift g<*od fiiend; Tfitt Bdltoflk 



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position, that of foreman in the 
mannfaftiiring pbnt of a hard- 
ware firm.. 

^. Another happy memoiy h ti»at 
i>f boys and young men swlm- 
mina in 



Fairy Uke/ '^fhoy 

^ uBod to sw*in In front of the coo- 

\Vai!ate w now W WiflnlpegJ ^ rc-calb. : S 

wiicre ho Is rfetwflwfit^ Im He U fuicinaied im 



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"The biiMeit iinjie. "tbaoso t 

hcti in Newmarket & imf the; 

hfintes .<vein 60 mwcH more 8ub- 

£tantiul than Ihey W<^c jii iny 
duy." he says. Iffr i^ Jm^ri^acd^ 
by the growtJnof^me tbwn; bMl 
aj4 he remembers it/ Neimi&r- 
kfl's homes -in th*^ dayi; had, 
neither the appearance noc thS 
Ktilidity that they.seem lo-poa- 
ti^ss today. '■'- ^ '.^ , ^ ■ " . 

Mr. Wallin-e, who is iiftiU 
tlghtli>.s, workwl for John Stal- 
lard, the butcher, from the time 
be was* 12-ycarri old until h<t 
left at the Eige of IB. From NoW^ 
_;markt'l, he wont to IJello ^warl 
. for three ycorfl and then to To- 
ronto for 15 years. He <vent 
from there to Winnipeg wjicro 
for 29 yeanr^ he hffW the fame 



by the 
contiaNt In the mrinner ih which 
bliislnefs carrie/1 on along Main 
SV troihpared lo the way It Is 
today. "Inhere was more per- 
iional- attention In ihoisi! days," 
tte^reoillif,, "If a customer want, 
cd Korvicc, ho tupped hiufoot 
and called, and tho clerk cnme 
running. N'>wa<iays It's all jrelf- 
sorvo. You make your own 
choice of what you want, carry 
your goods to the cashier, stand 
in line to pay, and then carry 
whut you bou^^t to your home-*' 

He rfincedos It may he more 
efficient but. he misses the 
friendly servlc^J of othtr ycnra^ 

Mr; Wallace woa in Newmar- 
ket for the ore day only, Tues- 
day. Ho nnd Mr. Holton looked 
up old friends and talked over 
the old days. And then Mr. 
WpllQce went off lo I^froy, 



-UONS ANll MONKKVS. 

John Grant/ manager of Iho 

Hoxy Theatre/ is turnlnft his 

theatre lobby into.a miniature 

fhn with II pfilrof monkeys, ami 
now a pair oflinn cuhn. In cages 
Inflfdo. the theatrf^' 11^ pari of 
hiii ndverllaing for "The Great- 
est f^ijow On Karlh" which 
opuos there :nexl Monday 

CiS.K> TICKETS :i 

AIJ veterans ' wanting tickoLi 
for Warriors' Day at the Cana- 
dian Nallonal Exhlblikn are 

aKited to call for Ihem ut thejtimnkcd nit Ihwie who had par 
hmb^y Beatily Salon or lliehftipaled in: what he callird. "a 
Canadian Legion club rooms. icomplelo aucccas". . 



Kdith Truldve of Second St.. 
Kewmarket, suffered cuts about 
tlie face. Her husb^mil rccelvcil 
minor Injuries. . . 

The yoimg couple's car, liber- 
ally painted with weddinit jdo- 
gan^, had been hit head-on by 
another Cfir on No. 11 Highway 
a few miles south of the New- 
market turn-off*' 
. PfoiJincial Constable Dob 
Clark said the driver of (he other 
car, Ch&rle.<> Barker, of Rose- 
cliffe Ave., Toronto, has been 
charged with carelcAs' and dan- 
gerous drlvinjf: 

The couple were married Sat- 
nrtlay aftcrno<ni itt Netvmarkct 
United church,, later altendlng a 
reception at the home of the 
l»rjdt*s p/irentA Jtere. They, loft 
shortly after.. 10 p.inv.' for an 
overnight slop In 'lN>rpnto before 
pi-oci-cdinjf oh: a Northern On- 
tario honeymoon. . (jftter they 
plamie^t to Ilvo^.with Motitgomr 
ery's jKirent-s on Whitley Ave/i 
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Tiie two had escaped from the 
police at Brampton und tlie 



brothers together 

after separation ; 
of"45;years ; 

Bi-othei*s who had not seen 
each other for -K.j'ears were re- 
united recently .when Janics M. 

Benton of Cssex, England, was 
met by Davhl Benton of Qtieens- 
vflle whtHi the former's ship 
docked .at Montreal: recently. 

Daykl Benton came .to Canada 
in Junc'of lt>07 at the age. of 14: 
His bioUier IsTT. They, had not 
not seeii each otlu^slnce David's 
departure for C^ada. . 
"Mr. and Mrs^.Bonton motored 
to Montreal with friends; Mr, 
amr Mrs. H. Wardell, lO/greel 
the visitor arid since then, they 
have shown iiiih many Canadian 
sights. Of ihctii alb ho was 
most Impressed by Niagara 
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, Mr- Benton was enthtishislic 
about Canada. He. wishes that 
many more young Britishers 
rwild tome to this country. "I 
think things in .Canada are very 
colorful compared to the drab 
suri-oim<lings In England." He 
was also Impressed by the 
pleniHul supply of food here 
wmTWdtHl with meager ration- 
ing system In England. 



CANDIDATES 



Monday morning, Reeve 'Ar- 
thur Evan^place<l before council 
a motion urging that the Mam 
SI, work.be undertaken, tl was 
ndetl that (he motion implied 
immc<llate action without consul- 
ting the ratc^paycrs, An amend- 
ment was proposed which aske^I 
that the qiwstlon be put to a 
public vote, Tlic amettdthent 
carrietl wllh Councillors Jbis-- 
Dales, Charles Bo>*d. Mrs. MUc^ 
Nnughion and Rttdy. Renziit** 
favoring It Hcovc Anhtir Evitjta 
ami councillors Oinrles Vah^nt 
and Lome Payntcr opposed it. 
Mayoi^ Vale, although he flld not 
.cast ft vote* has inadc no secret 
of his approval of a public vote. 
Question To Hje Voted.dh 

Tlic question to be put to the 
ratepa>'er5.on.Sept. 22 Is: "Pnv 
vldc<l the Toronto ami York 
Roads Commission (York Cnun- 
ly> paves the cientro 22"^ are >'ou ; 
in favor of the couiicii undertak- ' 
ing the rebuilding of the balance; 
of Main St, at nn estlmatcHl cost 
to tiio town of Newmarket of 
Sltfi,000. and the issuing of ite- 
hentures therefor?'' 

It was pointeil out that if the I 
public vote down the* proieet, no 
woik will be done on Main St. 
Althoiiuh the roads commission 
Is prei>ared lo do Us 22* In tn»* 
centre, the work mtisi be done f 
nt the same thne ns the work - 
done on the town's share nf tho 
road and if the town docs not do 
Its share,, the roads commlsMon ! 
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<;roup A Cub pack in Newmar- 
ket will hold Its first meeting of 



charges and earlier excitement | the 1052-53 season on Tuesday, 

Aug, 2(5, Hoys wishing to Join 

the pack must bo eight years old 

Last Friday nigiit, Constable and may start at this initial 



arose out of their efforts to es- 
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"At leasrtwo members of New- approaching a pe^^ df crists 
market cbun^l . tiaye ~ cast their with its increasing tax-rate. Ee- 
hats into the ring In the forth- ^''^^ "*"^* ^^ sought not only on 
comingvelecti^ j^^^t -^Ute 

reeve, Councillois Lome Payn^j There is a neett for eloquent 
ter and Joseph Dales have both leadership ih municipal affairs 
staled they, will run. There are in Newmarket, he said, and he 
rumors pf.othcr eahdidatos out- believed that such leadership 
side :df council but so far, the could be best afforded on both 
rumors have hot been con- county and municipal levels, 
firmed, , ., - Mr. Dales said he foresaw the 

. Councillor CharlesVanZant is possibility of partition of Ihe 
strongly rumored as'a third con- county and he believed that a 
tender for the deputy-reevesliip slroi^ effort must be made to 
but he could not be reached for maintain Newmarket's present 
comment, ^,- ' ^ position both econemical& and 

The election brought up the politically.!' --./-■ 
question, of. whether a member, Mr. Payntcr said that ho was 
of. council had to resign from seeking the offic^ because if he 
council before he entered his were elected to it, he would be 
candidaley for deputy^recve. in a better petition to Institute 
The department of municipal af- the reforms he believed were 
fairs ruled lliat iie did, but af • " required in tbwii 
tcr objcclion from the town so- ) 
licitor, K: M. B. Stiver, recon- 
sidered the question and then 



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Mr. Dales, In a statcniciit last 



WARRIORS' DAY AT C.N.E. 
Free admission tickets to the 
C.N.E. on Warriors' Day, Satur- 
day, Aug, 23, are slilt available 



night, said that he was seeking to all veterans and their fanii- 
thc deputy-rceve^ip because be Ite.s. Tlicse may bo hud from 



fio!»*lSilf S Kon Xn!»dM ^^'"y^ NovvmarUt needed a , Mr. Alf. Erplun^tone. prc.i.leRt 

outh of Seiiotnberg. Kntry was 



12,000 AT FAIR 

The KcWmarkol Trade Fair 
<irii\v well over 12,000 specta- 
tors during Its :four-'duy run. in 
the Newmarket -arena. ."Wo arc 
very pleased, with the support 
there was for the f ah V said B. 
C. Morrbon, clialnndn of -lite 
fair comnilttGe/-. "We are. most 
appreciative of the manner In 
which the fair went ■ off," .: llo 



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TilMRSnAV. AUO. 21^ Bingo in 
the Aurora f>glon hall. In alil of 

the Ladles :AuxU!ac>'' Special 
Kamcs. I.'i gaitm 3.fe Sliare-the- 
wealth. Tlrne 8 tURi ^ -;. clw*! 
SATtJIlUAV/ Am;, la ■ - H(KHl« 
hav, N'orlh OwlUlnihury- Mem- 
orl.*l Centre, at Keswick- Pa- 
ntyuut. parade 1 p.m. Hall Cour- 
nrimpnt, races, bln^io, dnnclnv. 
Lucky draw. Adni1»!sh>n. aduliK 
lOc., cliJMren 25('. Pio*'ee*lM hi 



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MONDAV, SKPr. 8-TuIovlHiun 
denionatimilon Jn the .Ncvvniar> 
ket Town Hail. Official -Oi*e!i. 
Ing of OB^a Television In Tor^ 
onto, .Door prtos. . No chai'goe. 
Cnudren must be accompanied 
by nduIlH. e2w3l 

EVERY riHunsDAy^^monXv 

euchre. Bingo every Saturdays 
Time 8 p.m. In North fJwIIIImT: 



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south of Seiiptnberg. Kniry 
made by breaking a vvintlow. An 
unsuccessful attempt was. made 
to siphon gas from a Maynard 
truck into a ..'Stolen Brampton, 
car. The abandoned car was ro-^ 
covered Saturday, morning, : 

Schombcrg school was bjtiken 
Into thro'ut>h a'window and it is.' 
bcdieved tlie tliloves slept tliere 
Saturday night, .^ 

By forcing a door, Kun Leon- . 
ard's farm house was broken 
into and two suits of his clothes 
and two, pairs of Jjnols. wero" 
stolen, while the famJly was; 
away. Two suits of prison garb- 
were later found in a torn field,! 
l>ack of. the Leonard house by 
provincial pohce. - 
; AJjoiit 4.30 Sunday morning, 
two ..yoimg men "escaped under 
gun fire, wlieti Cecil Storms, 
owner.of a motor sales agency, 
surprised them when they at- 
loinpled to break Into his office. 
Storms fired three shots nt the 
fleeing rnen, but they escaped by 
running into a heavy fence row 
thicket and acro.^-s the field. Po-. 
lice -said the men _ had also at* 
femptc-d to gain entrance by ah 
Unfinished window, fitted with 
plywoiHl. 

. Awakened . by h'ls wife, who 
heard the pair attempting to pry 
open the office door, afler they 
had iilepped' on nn outside alarm 
bpll, Storms lopl but of bed, 
grabl>cd his .22 eaiihre and shot 
through upstairs apartment win- 
dow while his wJfo telephoned' 
Coiistable Art Moody at Schom- 
berg. Storma said he tried to 
Ilfltbo window but It sluck, ' 
The men mast have seen 
Storms, because they kept oh 
running, ho said. Constable 
Mo:EMly, Ncwmarket^and Brad- 
ford provincial j)ohce gave chase 
.for nearly, four hours<: 

Sevtjral hours Ititer the pair 
WCfP appr^hepdcd ni^ar Brant- 



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of Main and Millanl Av<\ on Friday night al 3.30, 'Hie sct^^nd flcor of the bulkling Is not yet 
finished, but the lirtwen are satisfied that the ground floor Is ready and hurried their two trucks 
into the ^building without waiting for the formal opening which will he held at a later date. From 
left to riRht are Councillor Lome Paynler, chairman of the fire committee cnrl the buiMiiig com^ 
miltee. Art AInsloy, Seneca Cook, John Gibson. Chief Jimmy CoHhani, Councillors Charles Boyd 
and Jos, Dales, momhers of the building committee. On the truck are Frank Prcsl and Joe Scott 
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It was very g mUfylai to the 

pjperlnlemf«rit tnd t&iwhcni of 

th« Sunday nchool lo have a icood 

aU«ndancG fail Sunday. A num*. 

ber of adulU arc meeting with 

the children, due to the evening 
service* being closed . during 
Auguct Everyone i»_ wckome. 

Mr. and Mrji. Leonard Knapp 
and daughter Irene of Victoria 
Square wt re gue«ta of Mrt. M. £. 
MfCiure nil day Sunday. 

Utt. Maunda of Toronto la 



■pending a week's holiday with 
Mr«. r>orU Dtvla, 

Mr. and Mrs. Berlon Palmer 
and Sharon spent Sunday ple^ 
nicking at Midhmd.park. 

Mrjk M. K. IhtcCiurc work sl3C 
finild, five secohdfl and four 
thirds in prizes with flower ar- 
rangemcnU at the season's last 
hfirtJeulture show In Aurora, On 
Aui;. 2d Mr. MeCture will have 
seven entries at Che CN.E. 
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OAK RIDGES 

A modern ^n'iee by Raids 
CTeancr^ and Dyers will b- avail* 
able at Oak llidges, Vonge and 
Maple Grove streets, when Har- 
old Held cpons his newDrive^fn 
plant. There wilt be ample ^rh^ 
ing space and curb servleo and 
ctistonicrs will be able to drive 
up to the stand without leaving 
liicir ears, A one-day ecrvico 
will be established as required. 
The business is an expansion of 
the Klchmond Hill store. . - 

The building wiU house both 
drycleaning plant ~ and retail 
store. The whole process of dry- 
cleaning will be dene at Oak 
nidges, cTitninating use of Reid*s 
Weslon plant. Of modern con- 
struction, the building is CO t^ 
30 feet with an apartment on the 
second floor.. Costing opproxi- 
mately $15,000 exclusive of mach- 
inery, it wiU ser\n> as headquar- 
ters. Mr. Held will continue to 
opcxale his store at the Hill. 

The new plant wilt require a 
staff of 12. Mr. Iteid has had 
four years* experience in the 
work, and was advised by his 
brother of the Weston plant to 
go in business for himscir Mr. 
Rcid understands the work, and 

likes it. His straight-forward 

personality has made him many 

friends, Mr^. Retd also . works 
in the business and their eldest 
son has a strong liking to he 
part of the business, The family 
will occupy the apartment. 



KESWICK /: 

The Baby Clinic wiil be held 
Thursday, Aug. 28, in the United 
church Sunday school rooms. 

Rev, Crump ol Toronto con- 
tributed a fine solo at the Chris- 
tian church on Sunday morn- 
ing, 

£^unday callers on friends here 
were Mr, and Mrs- J.^Hannah of 
Toronto, Mr, and Mrsl John King 
of Newmarket and Mr. and Mrs. 
Isaac King of Bondhead. 
fMiss Chris- Fortior of Toronto 
is the guest of Miss B. Terry 
this week. :■ 

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoo Brown of 
Vancouver are here for a pro- 
longed visit to Mr. Brown's sis- 
ter. Mrs, J. Cameron, who. is ill 
at -f-a Ciuie", Keswick ; Beach, 
the home of Miss Lynn Marrltt. 

Mr. arid Mrs. Wm. Lloyd and 
Mrs, Vera Herring attended : a 
Warriner reunion at. Mr., and 
Mrs. Ferg, Taylor's in Hewmar- 
kei on Sunday^ - ' 

Keep in mind the field. day on 
August 23 at our Memorial 
arena. Sports of all kinds with 
a dance at night ■ " 

Mr. and Mrs- Perify Wineh Jr. 
viBifed .Orangevllle and Fergus 
on Sunday. 

We are sorry" lo-ieporl that 
Byron Cunningham la in York 
County hospital.. We hope. he 
will soon be well again* 



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r. and Bfrs. F^rank Gore, 
Mrs. Don Loach and Mr«. C. W. 
Davidson were Sunday visitors 



at the home of Mn and Mrs, O. . Mr. nnd Mrs, 0. Yokom and 



Williamson. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Duncan^ 
Jackie, Elizabeth and Cathie of 
ThornhUI spent Stindd^ with 
Mr. and MrjL L: M. Mitlnprize; 

Miss Kiraycs spent; Bbveral 
days last week at Balsaih Lake. 
-Visitors ai tho:h6me of Miss 
K. Hayes over t}iewce3«?nd were 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elhis aitd 
children ^ of Lansitig,, Mr. and 
Mrs. Ernest Hayes, Port Perry. 

aiid their daughter, Mrs. Roln- 
ville, Cecilo, Anne Marl?: ond 
Paul of Ottawa. ^ :^ : ■ i . = O 

- Many -from .here took-in the 
trade fair and flower show at 
Newmarket which they found a 
very- fine exhibit : ; , 

Mr. and Mrs. Gray, Mr. and 
Mrs. Bob McMullen, Mrs. W. 
McMuUen and families and Mr. 
Garnet McMullen, all of Toron- 
to, paid a surprise visit to their 
aunt, Mrs. T. Allison, and Mr, 
Allison on Sunday afternoon. - 
We hope the school children 
who received seeds from tho 



spent the wcckttui wUh Mrs. 
Pcgg'B parents, Mr. and Mrs, l\ 
Wilson. 



family of Chicago. HI., apenl 
several days at the hnine of 
their niece, Mrs, A, Lunau, 

Rev. Br.amley Keys wiil be 
guest speaker at I he United 
^hurclt at Mount Albert and 
Ilarlnuin services next Stmdny. 
Rev* Keys comes as n represent- 
ative of the Bible Society. 
: The town fathers nn> having 
their troubles in finding help to 
clean up the streets of weeds, 
etc. \ Could . you not cut them 
In front of your own property 
and help them out? Some 
places the sidewalks are almost 
Impassable... Is it on your 
boulcvard?- 

\ Membership : tickets are not 
required for diUdren up to 14 
years, to exhibit at the flower 
show on Tuesday, Aug. 26. The 
following .ma3* be shown: best 
liouqiiet of wild flowers, two 
kinds only; a living room 1>ou- 
quet/ not over 12 inches high; 
a smalt dining room bouquet 
(for numbers .2 and 3 bring 



Horticultural Society wiH bring floivers and containers and ar- 
their flowers and vegetables tojronge In the hall); 

the show next week. . : Clarkfa, 3 sprays: zinnias, six 

It Is not too late to hand in blooms; EVench marigolds; com 
the envelbpes for the Training flowers, six sprays; calendulas; 
School . Fund which has now carrots; beets. There are good 

prizes. 

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reached $3W. If you have 
do hot forget to return it 

Mr, and Mrs, Douglas Pcgg 
and Brian of Burlington. Beach 



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Mrsr Jean Halaton enjoyed a 
very happy 100th -birthday on 
Friday. Sixty . friends ' called. 
Tho iilglilight was a.eongratu- 
latory cable from Queen Eliza- 
beth. Cfibles were al.io.rciceivcd 
from Prime Minister St. Laur- 
ent, Premier Frf*st Hon. PiiUl 
Martin, and one from friends Iti 
Kenyon, New York, . 

Mr, and Mrs. Chas, Sacgar 
and family of f^nsing spent 
Sfjvcr^l drty^ v/Jth Mr. and Mrs. 
John Alleyne. 

Misj; Annie V/right of Toronto 
ha** Ix'en vj;iiting at Mrs. Ofiiing's 
ijome. 

Mrs. Gcit. Bond of Cuelph has 
l^et-n ^i^iting iier nlec'o. Mrs, 
Iffirry Tofiml>s, 

Mr, end Mrs: VA 'J', Ifimtiey 
and Murray enjoyed the 100- 
rniio crulst on tiic Muskrjku 
Uik*-H «ver the weekend. 

We v/ekorne Vi f>ur vilhjge Mr. 
and Mrs, Hhipman who have 
moved into Mr. J. B, Aylwarfl's 
house (the Simpson hwuse). 

Mr, and Mni. Itex 8inilh and 
i>oys Jmd Mrs. Mofjrrs of ^(ew- 
mfirket attendf:d the Oddfidlows* 
dteorati/iu ;a-rvieif in Midland 
on f^unday. . 

Master Kretldle Ay I ward of 
Toronto ha^ licen holidaying 
with his grandparents^ Mi\ rind 
Mrs. IS, Aylwanl. 

Mrs- VnUAiri Dew ente/talned 
at a slmwer on Tuesday after- 
noon in honor of her niece. MJsd 
Bjirbara Pritchard, of ficwmar- 
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Miss Mary Langley and . her 
fiance, Mr, Alec Campbell, 
were tendered . a . miscellaneous 
shower on Thursday, evening of 
Inst week. Approximately GO 
friends gathered at the f^ang- 
ley home and showered them 
with many bcaiitifur gifts. Fol- 
lowing the. opening of tho par- 
cels, the groom-to-be accompan- 
ied the gathering with his accor- 
dian in a very interesting sing- 
song and then the usual serving 
of refreshments took place. 

Mary and Alec are to lie 
married In St. John's Anglican 
church at Jefferson on Satuniay, 
Aug- 23, and expert to make 
Wlllowdale their future home. 

ThbB coming Sunday, Aug. 24, 
a group of Wesley Young People 
will be In charge of the church 
service at Mout Plsgah United 
church, A amd attendance. Is 
refiucsted. 

Miss Flo Falconer was a week- 
end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Scotty 
Wells and family. 

Mrs. Noiinan Orf>wn was a 
guest of Mrs. Wesley Schell at 
the Soheli cottage. Little Uawk 
I^ke (near Minilcn), for a few 
days Inst week. 

We arc sori-y to hear of Ihe.ill- 
na'is of Mr. Ian Kcid who has 
licen qujto sick for about two 
weeks.. Best wishes are extended 
to iiim for a speedy recovery, 

Mr, Archie Gillis iin<l Mr and 



SHARON 

Mr, iHid Mn*, Will Storey an<l 
Mr and Mrs. Norman Stoiey ami 
Carman, of Hhamn, attendtf] n 
-sh'jwer on Monrlay ni^ht for Mr.s. 
Leda Thompson of Aitrura, at 
Iho iiomt' o! Mr. and-Mrs. Arthur 
Storey, Snowball. Mr.s, l.eda 
'yh*ttu}Hinu Wfts tiniteil hi mar- 
riage to Mr. V/ilf. Ktliott, Brordo, 
im TutSflay, August 12, at the 
p-ii-^onag*! of tin; Aurtjra Itjiptl^st 
cimreli. They will reiiidi; in 
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BHUIAVEN 

Mr, and Mr^- Kenneth Main- 
pciyjti an<l family u1 Mitnlreali 
Quebec, dhd Mr. I^irne Miilii- 
pri/e liro holidaying wUh their 
|i;irent», Mr. and Mrs. Iloss 
M-jJnprJ/e, 

Mr. awl tAra. Norman Kliig 
vlslk'd Mrs. King's ^ aiii»t» Mr4. 
MrMfister, (IrcuulmnK on .Sun- 
day. 

MrSn Mfj<!Klnnoji, ; QntftiivtvlWo, 
is ^,penvlifig a c<'*upl<: of weekft 
with her aisler, .Mr». fU-orgu 
ff'airiiain. 

Mmiizi David Falrbarp, To* 
jofjto. Is ijoh'daying with his 
Ifiaridpartintrf, Mr. ntvi Mrs. Hel* 

hy Fulrbani, 

f4iiii{' Vioti'iitii MulnprJM.' and 
ftfirnd apL'Ml Sunday m Hlugara 
hUtWa. . 

Mr. and fdvs. .Norman Wll- 
Ifiitgljhy It nd iioys, Tornnlo, 
aiu^ni iSundity with Mn and f4rs. 
Kliu V/illou^id^y, Hilly and 
ihiU^^lim lenijiincd fitr a wtak'ti 
Uuiiiiayn wiHi tiitiir. grand|)ar- 

JAt:i. VA ffolijoin, i^eswick, Is 
'/itMw{i \u:r tiun ond dau^hter- 
iniitw, tAf, Qtui Mm. l/irno jfol- 

tAi: iii}4 fArA^ Aiigiiif Hrant arid 
*)tlUh*'t^ <tt I'nrnr.iA ^pent.tho 
wi.^k«:/iii v/ilb iR-i- parehltf, Mr. 
itii*\ tAfslvuii Maim, ' - 

ML-Hi^fit. ha and -(!tiff Morion 
iiiH:/il fi'M'^l'iy wHh Mr. and Mra^ 
DtHtuid Morion, llase Linn. . 

V/ui^kL-nft yfsftfirs atihn bnmo 
tif iAt. tinit Mm; fleliay If'alrliiirn 
yii.t*i fAi- and Mrs. Torn Severn, 
Mr- liiitt Mrs. Fnink Itid^K Mra. 
Krt,d iiJii/oy un^r Mc arid: %«!. 
J('tyi/i/>nd FairlHirn, olf. of To- 
n^nio, Mr- nmJ t/frn,- Kyh f^air- 
hittn 'ind hiHo, "mi Mr. apd 
tAtd. Inmi^A V/hiUt.nntXW. Hum 

V/i*^bJ ot Ki;dwit:fe; - = 

Mf.v M'ifi*4 W*llQil«hhy Is 
:*|*'rpj<|jni( ft few ilnvH wUh her 
ij//^lh'/r, t4i'. Hoim'^n Wiilmtgii'. 
Iff, tittti iilK wife In Toronto/ 

Ml.^s t>hi»h:y Anne fairharii h 
Iji^ijd'jyin^ In 'i'lironlo wllh h^r 
ujjLlii imii mini, Mr. and Mrit, 

ihiv. Huti MiH. .]. Kliig ftpent 

r'ii^ilny in l/jihitdj*a vUlllntf, 
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Tktrs. Bruce Duncan and family 
of Toronto have been holidaying 
for the last two weeks with Miss 
Audrey and Mr. Ed Lcary. 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sproxton, 
Margery, Betty and Howard 
were holidaying In GOslcrn On- 
tario for a few days lost week. 
They visited relatives In King- 
ston and also took In the Thou- 
sand Island boat cruise white 
visiting In Gananoque. 

Miss Helen Wells spent a few 
days with Mis.s ; Mnrion Monk- 
man in Aurora last week. 

Mrs. Riehanf Wilton is visit- 
ing iior sister, Mrs. Elgin Collins, 
at Port Perry lor a few days. 



KING 

Cnrrection 

A remark made by a King City 
village trustee eoneerning water* 
main ejctonsion west from Keele 
St. was Incorrectly printed in lost 
wt'ok's Issue of the Era and Bx* 
pr<>ss. '"nils extension will not 
now be eonsidereil a village ex- 
ponsG'\ is ihe way it should iiave 
read- 
Khri; Library Active 

A good library is an asset to 
any eommunity. King Memorial 
Library can booist this quality 
and offer service to old and new 
residents of the district every 
Wedne^ay afternoon and even'- 

ing. The library l>uar<l hasj set 
a hi£h standard of liouks for pub- 
lic reading and is anxious to in- 
creas<* meinl^ersliip and clrcuhi- 
tion. 

Tlif tail liovernineiit grant 
was $127.27, when the library had 
tile largest numhor of j>a id mem- 
bers. Tho present memlier.'diip is 
slightly ijver 70, 'llw autaunl of 
tiie iwnz grant will depend on 
membership fues, the lowiL^bip 
^rant an<l cuxulalion. Tiu^ Etdiill 
fee IS Eiu rent.^ n year luid chil- 
dren aro not Lc<iuh'ed to pay. 

'ilio seleelion cnmmiltee luu 
recr;nlly choiien a mirnber ol now 
borik.s, llie sccitnd .nekcUcin llils 
year. In the small Imilding on 
D^Ktors l^utc in Memorial Viuk 
will he fmiml the choice of immy 
juiideis. 

Sinne of thc^c arc\ llnw IV-^nde 
LIVf*l, an*| the Pii:il ProsentiMt, 
hihimieal wnrkft; Canada, tiie 
(lOhkn Hinge by Leslie ltuhi>rt!i, 
ili.il<try tii Ontario i»y M. Avi-son; 
Aiomul Iho liend, by Hhute; Man 
or lli^i t'amily, i>hfgnit>hkal; Tho 
Cjown of <ilury, by Agnos 'hirn- 
huJI, a fk-th»n favorite; KKplota- 
li4in i»f Spaoe, fin- tli<tstf wiai Hkv 
scienrc, 

A numiier of ebiidrf^n'H l^ii^ks 
aie In Itc on Ihelr spuria! In^ok 
ulifilvcs. It Is rnlel4^sting in note 
lliat from 30 to :i5 youbg (rhiidreu 
aro r^'Htihir Wedneriduy aflurnooii 
lHirt<'Wtu-^ itulli WIL-Miu, young 
ilbi-juiLui^ iiiaki-.s a gnnil KHl^^liou 
for iho rhiidn^iK Hlaniiu Cnas.4, 
iigi^l f<nir, aiiit iHmUt . ih>U, ti, 
never mUs vi»iUniE tlie. ilbriuy 
land artf i>roud as ptuuh whwt 
lluEy bring in Iherr Uititka far t^x- 
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TJio ronununiiy eNiirc-.ssirs Ibc-li 
:ryniimlby h> Mis. J. It. Clark In 
the lurid ol her twin lnollier, M*- 
Ittk^ Tomiinsnii, Ntiwinarkci. 

Ml, Hoi>by Hmith,_ fhilton, is 
r^^overihg afli^r hid reccinl mt^ 
eruiinit lii Tonudn hoHpUal, uc< 
cording- to laiit reiioit. . 
.Mr. and Mr^. Ilnu-o li^itigfleld 
havo lelurned h(un»»: nf(*!r hik- 
ing a holiduy Irlp in lim H-£I,A. 

Mr, Ifarold Jonea. tiperit tint 
weuUeiid tit Immti wilh Ids p^ir- 
enN, Mr., aiui Mra, H. Jone.<i. 

Mra. J. Cooper and llmf^unily 
mnlnrtid Ub WeaUm on Miindny to 
yiiilt her son, Mr, Jack C-noprr, 

and fomlly, /..> 

. \Uw, and Mitt. Ih?rry Um 
upending (his week holidaying. 

MJM nul>y Wilson, IJxl]rldgl^ 
a rtrlurniMl mis:dni»nry on fur- 
lough, will ha Ihe spmiker ni^vt 
tiuoday evening. Hundfiy m-iimil 

at 10 a.m.; worship at 'IM {un. 
'iliore rihrnilil Ik» a utioti attend' 

nnrii nt the next miseling of Iho 
riil4!j>Jiveni In H. H. No. 10, Homo 
ifXhiftdivo jopaira are Ijolng done 
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The KlriR IlM^cfl tinit ,^t ,hc 
Klnp township Credit Union 
Orgtttj\T.ai\'m is plannfrig fl mon- 
Rtor L-orn nod welner roast for 
W&hiosdny nighl, EScpl, 10, in 
tho recreation pnri<. 

ClrLul preparations have been 
made for Ihe sc*^ond amuial 
event. An cleclric lighting r.y:*- 
lorn will be srt Up and a portable 
mitdoor dunce floor will ho used 
with music provldfd, Slng^Mmiis 
and bingu will feature the event. 
Haces for the *^hildrcn will be 
held in Ihe early part of the 
evening. A horseshoe tourna- 
ment will be held when partici- 
pants of the se.ison's games will 

havo an opportunity to chow 
their skill. Other sports may be 
arrangcit at n meeting of the 
union this weekend. - 
Revert to Winter Bank Hour 

King Township Credit Union 
decided to change back to the 
wmlcr schedule of weekly bank- 
ing hour on Monday cx-eniogs, 
from 8 until U p.m. At a meet- 
jng of the organization held on 
Tuesday evening, the financial 
picture of the organization looked 
bright, officials slate. More loans 
can be provided for and mem- 
bership is now 14C, A letter of 
condolence was forwarded to 

Mis. 0, J. Bcrtrantj in tho death 

rcconlly of her husband, 

ANSNORVELD 

ttev. Van Kooten of HamUfon 

conducted the services at the 

Christian Reform church on Sun- 
day, 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ilorlmgs 
and children returned home af- 
ter spending a few days at Al- 
gonquin Park aiid points north. 

Mrs. M- llavinga of Toronto 
visited at tlie home of her par- 
ents on Sunday, . - 

Mr. and Mrs. T, Miotlema and 
children spent a couple of days 
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Mr. and Mrs. Kred Allen and 
son of Windsor have been holi- 
daying wilh Mr. and Mrs. Rus- 
sell Allen and Miss Aletn Wlddt- 
field. 

Mr and Mrs, Jack Norris and 
family spent Wednesday with 
Miss Faye GrindaU at Beaver- 
ton. 

The members of t lie Willing 
Workers of the Union church are 
busily engaged in preparation for 
their opportunity sale on Fridav, 
Sept. H>, at 2 oclock at Union 
eluirch. There will be home- 
made baking, used and new 
clothing, qtiilts, knitted articles 
and white elephant items offcrc<l 
for sale. Afternoon lea will bo 
served. " 

Bi-shop Alvln Winger of Oorm- 
ley delivered a well prepare<l 
.sermon on *"The growth of the 

pidm tree^comp:u-ed to growth 
of Christian life'*, on Sunday, 
Aug. 17, at Union church. 

On Sunday, Aug. 24, our good 
friend. Rev. U. It, McMath of 
Newnuirket, will be our gufst 
t>nstor. Come and liivUc olherii 
to attend. Service at II a.m. and 
SundEty school at 10 a,m. 

Our coumiutiity wns woll vep- 
ro.^nlcd nt the 'IVado t'uir and 
Flower Show hi Nt>vvnii(rkvt l;isl 
wec-k. The Fair imd Simw Winx- 
mittces are ti> lie ctiiii;nittil:itt\l 
on llu^ »iiuxv.SN of Ihrir project. 



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titne to havi> your aerial put up. Kstiuiati^ ^iadiy 
Kivon for your district, Ki\v tU>Jitoust ration with our 
mohile te-st unit. 

Winner of llio mtlio auu»u;r thi\-:e turmiu^ in old Ii;.:ht 
bull>3 Wiis Mrs_ Mary Skinnt-r. 10 Timothy St, bl bull't 

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Ladies' Shortie Coals, reg. $27.50 

Nylons 

All summer dresses 



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The followlnf article la the KHcbener-Watcrloo Record 
will recall former dajra for Newmarket's old timers. It eaa- 
cerns J. A. C. "Caat** Allan whose grandfather used to make 
Allan plows on Timothy St. beyond where the Arctic Lockers 
arc now located. Grandfather Allan's son, J. A. W. Allan, 
went into the hardware baslnesa where Smith's Hardware 
bt now located. He was tOIObct of the 12th York Rangers and 
went overseas In the fli^t freat war as colonel in the 20Ui 
BatUllon. "Cam" Allan was bom and raised in the home at 
the corner of Park and Church Sts, The followlnir article 
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Although they became popu- 
lar in the United States during 
and before the First World war, 
cement block eiIos never really 
hit their stride on Ontario farms 
until the last half-dozen years, 
KilchcncT has become the main 
centre in western Ontario for 
their n^anufacture. ■ To learn 
about this story we invited J. A. 
C. Allan, who owns and operates 
the Kitchener Silo Company on 
No. 7 highway on the western 

outskirts of the city. 

The first thinu we w;»nted con- 
firmed was whether they could 
put up one of these silos in U 
djiys^ A farmer told us he had 
heard this c'ould be done and 
wo thought he was just kidding. 
"Yes." said Mr. Allan, "two men 



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Orders taken for Giavel, Sand 
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[with the help of two farmers can 
easily do it in that lime. In fact. 
If the erector gets an 8 a.m. start, 
they can often put one up in a 

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ford in the Peterborough dis- 
trict were among the first manu- 
facturers of this type of silo in 
the province, Mr, Allan had 
formerly owned a hardware 
store in that town. One day 
during the recent war he had 
made a quick sale to a Camp- 
bellford native who had come 

into a (|uarter-million bucks in 
a mininu deal. Having time on 
his hands, he began travelling 
around with the Rowe's who 
wer« demonstrating the silos at 
International Plowing Matches. 
He was struck by the fact many 
inf]uiries were L-oming Trom 
v/estern Ontario. 

After investigating their man- 
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he decided he would invest in 
such a venture. "I got the man- 
ufacturing bug from my grand- 
father," he said. He used to 
make the old Allan plow in 
Newmarket. Maybe some of the 
farmers hereabouts have plowed 
with them./' His father, how- 
over, did not follow up in the 
plow buiiiness. He went into the 
hardware business in Newmar- 
ket. Just about the time Mr. 
Allan was ready to lake hold of 
the business the First World War 
broke out. 

Things w<?re too slow on the 
ground for him in that show 
EO he joined the Royal Flying 
Corps and went to Texas to 
train in 19IC and began to live 
dangerously. So dangerously, 
in fact, that *Hhc old man never 
thought I would come out alive 
and sold the hardware busi- 
ness." When he returned from 
the service ho did a number of 
jobs which he didn't like. With 
assistance from his father, he 
hou{>ht a hardware store in 
ffavclock. then another chance 
buy took him to Campbellford. 
When he ^ot out of a successful 
career us hardware merchant, 
he owned several more stores, 

Mr. Allan found from inquir- 
ing in the United States that 
building cement block silos was 
a good proposition. A large per- 
centage of American farmers 
preferred them to the monolith 
or solid silos seen on the Cana- 
diiin farm scene. For one thing, 
they may ijo dismantled and sold 
at an auction sale. Once you 
put up a solid silo, it stays there 
forovf?r or usually needs a 
charge of dynamite to remove 
it. It has lx?en proven time 



and again a cement block silo 
will come through a barn fire in- 
tact t>ecause the hoops expand 
with the heat and the whole 
silo cools at the same rale, A 
monolith expands only on one 
side and usually cracks. 

He made his silo equipment in 
Campbeliford but not wishing to 
go Into oppr>sition to his friends 
and remembering the inquiries 
from western Ontario, he set out 
to look for a location to bring 
the machinery. He looked all 
over Brantford, Galt» London, 
Ont., Guelph and Kitchener, He 
was just about going to give up 
in Kitchener when it was sug- 
gested he try to buy the old 
Moser barn on the highway. He 
l>ought the hig red barn and set 
up ahop in 1949. Today he says 
of the location, '*lt eouldnH be 
beaten; it is right in the centre 
of the whole farming business 
area of western Ontario." 

The blocks for the silo are ex* 
pertly mathined to fit together 
light. They are about 30 inches 
long and 12 inches wide and 
about two inches thick. They fit 
together in a circle and are 
bound by steel hoops. A door- 
way Is allowed the full height 
of the silo with cement strips 
at Intervals being used for steps. 
A set of steel rungs on the out- 
side allows the farmer to climb 
up to fasten the ensilage cutter 
pipes. A patent American alum- 
inum top is available. 

Only a few of this type have 
been sold in the county- Most 
sales are 100 miles away. But 
neighbors Elmer and Jacob Bru- 
bacher, RR. 4, Kitchener, built 
one in which they have put grass 
Kilage this year and report they 
like it very much. "I saw silos 
liko this built in the United 
States in 1D05. They are still 
in goo<l shape and will look good 
in 2000/' claimed Mr. Allan. He 
added 45 of the 103 they had 
contracted to buiid this season 
were for grass silage. ''1 think 
we will see a lot more slIos on 
the Ontario landscai>e when 
farmer.^ realize that gra.ssTand 
farming Is the coming thing," 
he prcdiclcil. 



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Uviny, room with iLt window ari'U aoil door to Uji- U-rrmt^ ur i^anU-n. 'Vhu 
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ELMHURST BEACH 

Mlsft Anne WriglU, who has 

recentjy returne<l from Ireland 

wUt'rn aUit spent A^fveral montluf, 

enlertained at the lieautlful 

home of her brother, Mr. Have 
Wright, and Mifc. Wright and 
presented cuvU of the guests 
wilh a hand-made broaHi made 
in Ireland^ 

The following guestii were 
prcj!tnl: Mrs. V, UK'kerbie. 
Mrir, T. I^iwndea, Mis, Muirhead, 
Mr«. Crosier, Mra. Merlfle, Mrs. 
Rrewer, Mr«. Mclnncs, MtH. Wil^ 
liamH, Mm. Walter Kcdore, Mrs, 
Kelby Hedore, MUa McGregi>r, 
Mvn. McGregor, Mrs, IJoyd Pol- 
lock and Mr, and Mrn. lack 
Wright who are visiting their 
parents, Mr, and Mrs. Davo 
Wright. 

Mr, und Mrs, Jack Seir of To- 
ronto and djiugbter Barbara are 
holidaying w;th Mrs. Seir^ft uls- 
ter, Mrs. Marvin Clark. 

Hccent ^uerttfj at Uie borne of 

Mr, and Mrs. f.loyil Pollock arc 
Mr, and Mi^, WiQtorflloln and 
Mfr Hosa fimith of Abbey. Siisk., 
Mr. nnd Mrs. Donald Davldaohi 
Nowinorkcd, Mr, rmd Mra. II. 
TJiwaites of namllton, Mr. and 
Mm, TltwaUcH of Nowmiirkot, 
Mr. fmd Mru, Jack Balnea, Ken- 
v/if k, Mr Howard Daihe«, Mra. 
U>r|[crbK Mra. S. Sedore, Mrs- 
Olivt-r King, Mr, and Mrs. M. 
tJlark. Mn and Mrs. SeIr, Bon- 
aid and Peter 'Tiiom of Mon- 
treal who have bcj*n visiting 
(heir grandparents. Mr. und 
Mrif. lx>ckcrbie. 



KESWICK 

Mr Ken Mortoo of Newmar- 
ket was gucfit hoIoIhI Sunday 
morning, acconipanied at tho or- 
gan hy Norman ifurrle, ilev. 
sillier of Qiieensviile wua the 
guest «peuhi-r- 

MJss Bulfi Mary Winch enter- 
fained tins week for Mis.s Doris 
Pollock, a hrlde4o-l>j^ 

Mr. nnd Mr.s. Frank Heaton 
have returned after a two-month 
(rip to Kngland. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Mnrritt of 
Willowdale are spending the 
week wi11> their daughter, Mrs. 
K. l.hjolbhy, hnd fojnily. 

Sorry to report MIks Patty 
MarriU Is r|Uite ill. 

Mr, and Mr^. . Jack Wright 
have moved into Mra. Hopkins' 
home while ahe la makintj ii 

viJiil to her daughter's home in 
Calgary, 

Miss Gull Wright spent the 

weekend with Mi3S Carol Booth- 

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Miss Doris Mitchell spent two 
weeks at Sturgeon Luke with 
friends. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dlum and 
LoJH s[>ent iieveral days at 

Htoney Lake. 

Mr. and Mm. W. U, Harding 
are holidaying with other mem- 
bers of the family at their cot- 
tage at Gravenhurst. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bradley 
and Pobbie of Ottawa are visit- 
ing Mra. Bradlej-'s father and 
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Normaji 
Teasel ale- 

'fliere will be service at our 
church tin Sunday, Aug. 31. The 
speaker is Mr. Taylor, a Toronto 
layman, .speaking on missions. 

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Browne 
and daughter. Mary Lynn, arn 
holidaying at Otiawa and dis- 
Iriet this week. 

Mr. and Mrs. Itoy Haines are 
building a new homi.' on a lot 
just nortij of Mr. and Mrs. Arl 
Ktorey's bouse. 

Mrs. Kmma Farren attended a 
shower in Toronto on Saturday 
night for her grandson. Jack 
Cunningham, and his bride of 
5ie|H. «, Miss Stella Furgale <tf 

Toruiilci. 

Mr. and Mrs. Nii-iiol and fam- 
ily have moved inio llie farrn 
home vacated by Mr. Howard 
Haines^ Th(.' farm has been pur- 
cbfLsed by Mr, Mann. 

Mr. and Mrs, Calvin MilchOll 
visited Mr. and Mrs. Waller An- 
drews of Newlon UobiiLson on 
Sunday. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Moyd vi.^il- 
f-rt with Mrs. Huyd's brot^ier,. 
and si.s(er-in-hiW, Mr. imiX Mr.s. 
Wm. Gould, on Kimday, then 
tailed on Mr. Oliver Gould of 
Newmarket who has had an at- 
tack of ouinsey. 

A few friL-nds and nolghliors 

gathered at Ihe borne of Mr and 
Mrs. Art Storey's for a sti^prise 
shower in iionor of Mr. Storey's 
sister, Mi^. l-eda Thi»mps<m- 
Sbo received many lovely and 
useful gifts. MrSn Leda Thomp- 
son was Toarried on Tuesday. 
Aug. 12, to Mr, Wilfred KiUott 
of Ihoide hy "Hev. Parks of Au- 
rora. The wedding party visited 
Mr.s. Cameron antj had lunch. 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moynl- 
han. Miss J. Moynihan, Miss 11. 
Scrivener of Tonudo spent Sun- 
day with Mr. and Mrs. IL A. 
Morning and family. 



2EPHYR 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith at- 
tended the funeral of Mr, 
Smith's brother, Mr, Frank 
Smith, who passed away at Au< 
rora. Mr. Smith was quite 
well known around here, and al- 
ways went hunting with the 
Zephyr boys In the faU. He was 
highly respected by those who 
knew him. Our sympathy goe^ 
out to the family in their hour 
of bereavement. . . -, 

Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Dowty and 
Miss Grace Lockie of Chelten- 
ham. England, are visiting at 
the home of Mrs. A- B. Lockie, 

While Mr. and Mrs. Bcarden 
were driving home on Sunday 
evening, the car door eame open 
and one of the little boys fell 
out and reecived a cut in his 
head. He had to be taken to 
Newmarket hospital for' treat- 
ment. 

Mr- and Mrs. Rod. Rynard 
visited the lat tor's home over 
the weekend- 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meyers 
called, on friends in Aurora on 
Sunday. ^ 

The W.A. of the Uniled church 
will hold their August meeting 

on Thursday evening, Aug. 28, 
in the Sunday school room. 
Mrs, A. B. Lockie and Mrs. 
Bibby are on the program com- 
mittee. 

Miss Eva lockie is visiting 
friends in Toronto and Port 
Dalhousie. 

We are surry to report that 
Mr. Frank Thompson of Sharon 
had his ankle hurt while work- 
ing in Eves* lumber yard at 
Newmarket one day last week. 
We hope for a speedy recovery. 

A siiower was given to Miss 
Kathaleon Bartlett at the home 
of Mr. and Mrs, F. Thompson, 
Sharon, on Friday evening last- 
U was a gesture of good wishes, 
prior to Kathalecn's marriage to 
Mr. Noble of Uxbridge, 



Ijtss than 70 years ago alum- 
inum sold for $8 a pound. Cur- 
rently due to research and in- 
creased production its Is atmut 
18 cents. 



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Irtith pulilit^ ami hi^rli selujols. Huwovyr, diiti to tho tiiiuurtaiuly i>f chiss- 
HMun arranj^enienls in the Newiiiiirkel ptiblie sehonls, wo -aiv. uiuildt; 

tn atale lu advaiiee tlu^ ri.^iuirtfnients by a pupil in any particular pnblir 
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REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADE 9, FIRST YEAR HIGH SCHOOL 

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Mrs. Gladyn Mitchell drop- 
pod tt souvenir of old Nowmar* 
ket into tho office Uio other 
day. U i.'* u card upon which 
js printed a large heart enclos- 
ing ti happily embracing couple 
and with the Inscription: 
"Hearts are Trumpa"- Set be- 
HL'fllh the heart, in a folded 
strip, are a number of picture* 
of Ncwrmurlttft, taken, we 
would gucafit in the firat decade 

of Oiia century. 
Ther© are plclurea of the 

MeUiodisl. Christian and Cath- 
olic ciiurches, the old high 
bchoo), Valry LaSte, Alex, Muir 
school, the Grand Trunk Rail- 
way slulion witli Davis Leather 
In the background, the United 
Faclorics building (present 
Dixon Pencil Jactory), the Of- 
fice Specialty plants Main St., 
and a couple of "bird's eye" 
views of Nowmarkct. 

Wt' find it remarkable thai 
Ihe card waa printed in Great 
Britain by the* firm of Valen- 
tine and Sons whose otti^cs 
wtTC to be found in Dundee 
and London 

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We were Ihc guests a week 
ago Monday at the Massey- 
Harris farm near MUIiken 
whiiie we were taken on a tour 
of the grounds and shown a 
(Ii;inon3tration of tiio tests to 
which the Masscy- Harris im- 
pk'fiiifa^. are subjected. 

The farm cover:* an area of 
G40 acfw of gradually rolling 
land, lU^iUy MilUkcn loam. It 
was sel up in June, 1950, when 
llif firm completed the pur^ 
cha5<? of nine farms ar parts of 
farfjiii and coa^olidatcd them 
U\i<i orKv , 

WliL-al was sown on 110 acres, 
)ju,skin^ corn on 50 acres, 
spring R£iiin, l&O acres, peas, 
20 acJts, liay and pa.'iture. 175 
,'icrt.>, silage corn. 20 acres, 
sujmatr faiiuw, 10 acres, and 
woodlot, 35 acres. Ajax oats, 
Corncil 505 wheat and Mont- 
calm bijrlfy are grown. 

There is a IfoUtein herd of 
100 anlm^ils and a shorthorn 
Utid is \iein^ established. 
There are some pedigree Suf- 

l/*lk sheep. 

Al the rear of the farm is an 
engineering test track where 
farm implemeiila arc tosted on 
ste^'p hiiL4, rougib ground and 

artificial mud and dust basins. 

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From the Files of 

25 and 50 Years Ago 



We were taken on tour of 
the farm in waggons slmUar 
t« those used at the Interna- 
tional plowing matches. Wc 
aaw all khiste of equipment in 
U5C, Including machines Just 
now bcinR manufactured (or 
the fiist lime. After tlio tour, 
there was a rrcepllon on the 

lawn of the farm home. 
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We have a couple of pictures 
on the front page which can be 
variously described as "tiien 
and now" pictures, or "what 
can be done" pictures, or even 
'Tiow limes have changed ' pic- 
tures- We mean the 1910 and 
present day photograplis of 
"Fairy Lake. The picture tak- 
en in 1910 represents a scene 
of pastoral beauty. That of 
1952 is a scene of mud and des- 
olation, 

A comparison of the two pic- 
tures suggests how Fairy Lake 
could be if it were restored to 
its original charm and utmty, 
A comparison also suggests 
how badly we have permitted 
a beauty spot to deteriorate. 
We publish these pictures in 
the hope that they will en- 
courage action in cleaning up 
the pond. Is there any rea- 
son why such a project coutd 

not be uoderUken? Actually, 
Uie first major step has been 
taken in the formation of the 
Holland River Conservation 
Authority- Tiiis agency will 
contributie towards improvbu; 
the flow of water, beautifying 
the stream banks, and reduc- 
ing pollution. 

But while this liasic work 
will be undertaken in time, it 
will depend upon interest in 
Newmarket whether the pond 
will be completely restored. 
Tiie benefits from the Auth- 
ority are incidental to its main 
purpif£iO of water conservation^ 
Matting Fairy l^e a source of 
public pride will rest with the 
energy of public spirited citi- 
zens in Newmarket. 

It seems like a difficult un- 
dertaking. Certainly, it t^ 
hardly one to l>e accomptlslicd 
overnight. Bui if a service 
club were to make the restor- 
ation of Fairy Lake a continu- 
ing project, it would have Uttle 
diffi'^ully enlisting public sup- 
port. All tijat IS needed U an 
agency for action. 



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The steel Is placed in posi- 
tion for the roof of the new 
gyin at PlckfcHiig College. 

'Hie Prince of Wales will re- 
view Uie veterans at thv Can- 
adian National Kxhibition on 
August 30, 

Mr. JU>y Irwin, who has Ihc- 
oontract for the plumbing and 
healing of Miss Itobinsoii'^ new 
house on Corl^am St„ has his 
work nearly completed. 

Me^/s. Jfjadhuuse and IVjso 
have built a new garage at th<; 
rear, of UieJr furrjit<ire sltop. 

S4>fne)>ud/ set, fir^ to Home 
lar barrt'U at the corporation 
dump o/j Queen St., one even- 
ing Ibat week, 'Hit arnoke and . 
bh/£ ar'ju^ed the attention of 
the whole ncigiiborh*»d. itow- 
evL-r, it ^>rm burned itself out 
, wUhout d^/ing any damage. 

-.; OtyjtX pr6grt'53 is Ijeing nuid*; 
in widening Uic Von^e St. 
hi^i/fity iouth fiom Auf ora .lo 
Bor^ l^ke aikd nvith ^s f^^r a.^ 
St AudMsw's College. 'Jlie 
widlfi wii) iiWj tn:tomnif>dal4-' 
fiff the- radiaU if Miis hr d<*' 
fidtd up'jn for the futyrc. . 

TiA' dt-ud carp vAu'Aj iiavc 
Yniijti lining the tiiAterij shorw 
of l^ke Sifiitoe have caUK'-d 
i^/ijt toncern iu sOoK- folks 
ft-ai tht-y v*'ill . vau^o typiiold. 
Wy/nsvvr, the ije.-tt author itie.^ 
say thexc U no caiju>tj for alarm 
as fl^h are not typhoi<J car-. 
riej,?, but anyone, using wat^-r 
from. t>ie lakt' for drinking 
purpo^^ AliOuM boil U first. 

Tii^ laying of the corner 
?itone of ittii new Presbyterian 
church, at Sutton will take 
yiace '/It Aug- X5. Prominent 
. minJaUffi tmtii . Toronto, Bca- 
vcrton and l/xlvrldge havo 
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THURSDAY. THE TWENTY-FIRST DAY OF AUGUST. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY-TWO 



AUGUST ZZ, 1902 

A chance that may never oc- 
cur a^in in a tjeneration U 
now offered to complete t1:e 
entire clearance of Fairy Lake 
from logs and stumps. The 
Specialty Co. have drained the 
lake to facilitate improvements 
to tiie mill racti. There arc a 
few roots below tlie old float- 
ing i>ridge and many objec- 
tionable stur»ps if luncd lately 
above the bridge which sliould 
be hauled out. 

The town electrieiait ha3 
been vefy bu&y lately putting 
in ligijtA and making change.'* 
for p&iplc installing meters. 
Much work ha^ been done at 
Mr, Mul'jck's farm. pUo to Mr, 
Syke^' residence. Changes 
have been made al Mayor 
Cajit'.s residence and at Me^^^ta, 
Whitfi.^/jl und Hr ad ley's drug 
store. A meter Is being in- 
stalled in Ulo Mcthf>dist ehurcli 
and tise v/iici altered for dif- 
fere J it sv/itche^. 

Mr. Andrew Kj^o of Newmar. 
k*:t repffiti; t'jmato plants Mk 
fc»:i hi^b in hw gaideu. 

Mr, David Mii[er, lot J9. ard 
ron. tkiiit Gwiliirnbuj y, re - 
mnii^d lu^t Saturday that he 
h'ad out ifUu-// five feci iteven 
inchc-s fong- 

A thre;f)iing maciiJne broke 
tlnoug}) the Krrgley oi. bridge 
ia^t v/eek^ Fortunately tlie ma- 
chine Wfj^i not dainagf^^ ffow- 
evi.'i, by th** time repairs wcro 
Lompjeti:0 on tJji; bridge, it 
wa^ pructicully a now ittroc- 
t^irt'- 

Mr. W (i. iiill has iioi^glit 
lli hor:i^'^ v/hieh v/itl be idiiji- 
(jcd here lonjoirov/ to Asisini* 
Iwla, : 

TIjO drug ^tore next tu the 
piini offite is being rcftoyuted 
throijg)LOUl and wili reoiicii 
next Saturday. 



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PASSING THE BUCK 

There is no virtue wluUever in tiic action of the 
council in ordering^ a vote to be taken on the ciUGstion 
of i-ebuilrfini; Main St Tlie majority of members jnain- 
tain that because the ci>st is so great (NtwrnarkeVs 
share is §105,000) , the public should be consulted. Such 
an argument is utterly fooHsh, Tiiose same members 
of council know that the worf; must be undertaken 
sooner or later, regardless of cost. By refusini,^ to 
make the decision themselves, they have failed to dis- 
charge the responsibilities of the office to which they 
were elected • 

Main St. must be rebuilt and this is tlie most pro- 
pitious time. The county has laid aside its share of the 
cost. Unless those funds are used now there exists 
a strong possibility that N'ewmarket may lose them. 
Kvery year tlunt the work is ftirther delayed means an 
annual maintenance cost to be paid and that cost for 
all practical purposes is wasted money. Every year 
tiie work is i>ostiJoned contributes to an increase in the 
eventual cost. 

Against these facts are pending cusls of a sewage 
disiKJsal plant, and any other heavy administrative costs 
the town many face in the future. These coats will 
contribute heavily to the tax-rate. The decision to re- 
build Main St, rests upon these considerations. By 
deferring that decision to a vote of the people, council 
members have said, in effect, they are incapable of 
making this dccLsion themselves. 

Such a revelation, while commendable for its 
honesty, hardly represents an endoi-sement of council 
ability. It is not an inducement to public confidence 
in council. It is indeed ironical that members of coun- 
cil who favor a public vote believ*^ they are fulfilling 
the requiix^ments of office when in fact, they ai-e show- 
ing thoniselves unworthy of office- 
How wishful is the thinking that niaintaiiLs that 
a public vote will solve all issues, that the will of the 
majority is that touclistone of perfection. How can 
the average ratepayer cast his l>aIlot with any com- 
prehensiion of all the questions involved? A decision 
on Main St. is a highly .^ijcciahzcd decision. It recjuii'ea 
tho measured judgment of jnoml>ers of council who 
have followed the hist'^ry of the street, who are familiar 
will all the impHcatioiis *>f a decision one way or another. 
No number of public meetings to explain the issues, 
no amount of newspaper ^pace can fully acquiiint the 
public with ail the fietails. 

Jt wa.s to inake such decisions thnt members of 
council were elected in the first place. The annual 
ejection wa.s not ao much an endorsement of one policy 
or ajiotlier as it was an expression of confidemu; in the 
abilities of the candidates to deal with tlmse <|uc.stionrt 
as they arose. And Jiow v/e are cojifront<.'il with an ad- 
ijiiusion by a inujority of those same candidates thai 
our cojifidcijctj was iniKjdueed. They are not, iiftz-r all, 
caj>able of lualiing .such decisions. 

THE THINKING OF COUNCIL 

'J'here is ^ome ju.itification for a ptiblic vote when 
a general que.slion of piilicy J*as to lie decided, or where 
there U u deci.sjon ii> be made ouUidr the nonnal 
bound.H uf council jiiri.^djotion. Tim Hoard of Mniu- 
cj)>al Affairs h^is ul^-^o the right Uj order a public vote 
wheji iU healings in^lJcate that there is widespread 
disjigreemeat npoji a jjublic issue wilhin its jurisdiction. 

'I'Jie reljujiding of iMain ^iL. is in nojie of these cat- 
egories. It is purdy an admin Jiitraiive issue. That 
a vot»! should be ordcrL-d on it is in part explained by 
the curioJKs interpretation of the mayor, and some other 
n]cni)ji:rs uf council, of the duties of a nninjcipal ad- 
JiJJnJStrab>r, 

in ji discussion on the subject, rccimled in Inst 
WJ^ek'o liAiiny, the mayoj- renmrked that '*! am arriving 
at a definite opinion that in practice-, if we had Ut tiiko 
the:^e (conjieii) decisiojis to the peojjln, to ask fur a 
vote, taxes would not l>e as iiiglh" 

We que,stion ihe logh; of this conclusion. We think 
that the public, if It had the r>pporlniiity Uf voto on 
many issues lliat coujjcil itself bris ayoidcdf taxes wuuld 
b'l far higher and Nowinarkct would lie farther Along 
the road of progicis than H in. The impllealion nf lh» 
mayor's n^mark in that, the tax|jayerK i»f Newmarket 
mndd rather pay Ic'tj and do without siil^iuiitionL Iwsnis- 
fiU than U) enjoy their present iT^^nefiUi us imperfect 
as they may sonnitinien he» iil Iheir present cmL 

'^^ No taX'payer llkea the present tax^rale. But we 
strongly lioiibl there m u tax -payer who wmild sacrjficn 
the program of jniiniejpal impi'oveinenls that haa been 
grudgingly inltiat^Nl by conncit for thi» aiiving limy 



would represent. They might question the details, but 
we doubt that they would question the total accomplish- 
ment. 

There is another side of the coin. The mayor's 
belief in the validity of public votes on major council 
decisions is but another way of saying that council can 
move no faster nor no faii-her than the majority will 
permit. If indeed this was true, it would be to deny the 
veiy stuff whicli makes for pixigress. How fi'etiuently 
in history are found Instances where the foresight and 
iDitiative of the few have prevailed over the opposi- 
tion of the many to the latter's eventual advantage- 
Indeed, such instances are the stepping stones of man's 
development. 

The major fault of the present council has been 
that it has shunned its responsibility of leadership* It 
has acted only when It was forced to act. At a time 
when vision was wanted, it has been merely adequate to 
the day by day administrative needs. And this, we 
attribute, to tfie belief apparently shared by the major- 
ity of council tliat the best way is the way of the least 
opposition. 

ROAD SIGN 

We are in sympathy with the department of high- 
ways policy if limiting the roadside signs on Yonge St, 
There is nothing so objectionable than the substitution 
of a sign board for tiie natural beauty of the roadside. 
We aj'c out of sympathy with the department, however, 
wiien it displays the narrow kouI apparent in its re- 
fusal to permit Newmarket to erect a sign lj*)ard ad- 
vertising the Ujwn, 

Newmarket is at once the I>imeficiar>^ and the 
victim of iU location, a mile or so east of u through high- 
way. It has not the traffic problem to contend with 
that Hicluiiond Hill or Aurora have, with a through 
highway ;ts a main street. But by being to one side of 
the highway, it i-cmaiits in comparative obscurity. AH 
Yonge St. travellers are familiar with Aurora an*! Uich- 
mond Hill. Surprisingly few can place Newmarket, and 
the town has lost much as a result- 
When Councillor Charles Boyd undertook the erec- 
tion of a sign on Yonge St. drawing attention to New- 
nnirkot, he was told by the department of highways 
that Yonge St. wiis a restricted highway and such a 
sign must Ijo a quarter of a mile off the roadside. At 
sncij a distance, it would serve little practical purpose. 
tf the dejnntmeni had jnominent signs, Newmarket 
couhl reconcile itscll' to a comL>romise. Hut Ihe depart- 
ment signs s^ty nothing except to point the direction of 
the towJL 

One pui'po.se of the road sign for Newmarket was 
to (\iiiVi attention Ui tho history of the nuniioipality, a 
history which ha«s i-crtnin tics wilh t)u^ honu's of many 
Americans on Yongu SI, Tho government wants to en- 
coiirage toniisls. Ti)urists want to ^eo historical sites. 
The deparlment uf highways jnohibils the advertise- 
ment of tfutse sites. It is a foolish situation^ 

There is no legit Jniaie ivasmi why Newnutrket 
should not have a ruad .-iign. A town is being advertised, 
not a bar of stnip. Such a sign is an essential public ser- 
vice. 



FIRST THINGS FIRST 

The I'lJiancial i'n^t bad this hi say on the closing 
of one fh»n- in the Vork County Hospital: 

"A 70-bed addition to a hospinil in Ibuiic, <)idurit>, 
was opened with considerabte fanfare hist week. With- 
out any fanfaic, a ho^spital in nearby Newiiuirket clo.-ied 
one of jt,s two tlonr^s iempt'rarily bt-^Niuse of a shnrlage 

of niirstM. 

"This inchleni is inleiesling bciansc the instiln- 
lions are close logel her and theniiening ainlchKsing wert> 
re|j«>rlt:d on U\*i Slime day- The impurljint thing is that 
we hnve bcon beflcr al building luksintals than wn Inivo 
Imuui in training staff to serve them. 

"Aggravaling the probhun, we have Ihrongh various 
health and inc^lical plans housted hospilut ailnnssion^ 
enoruionsly. tlmtonbledly, as a result nf ihesu various 
.schemes public ami voluniary, a hd nf people are getting 
InMpjlal (reaiinent who Ciudd nol have alfuiiled It Ije- 
fnre. Al tho sainit linuf (hero aro notably some |u«)|>lo 
who fH-o alaising the privilege, who seek hos|ntal treat- 
nieni simply bernnsu it ct>slti them Hllle directly. 

'^Thu peujile who cnrnmtly cry for sweeping ho.^- 
pilali/ation plans run by gnverimient shnnld kiH*|i this 
fact in nnml. No hospital plan Ih much good unless it 
ran innvhlo a beil and pi-op»^r aHcnIioii when the eus- 
tomer is in neeil. Itight now, the fact is we huvent 
euongli i»iuipment t« handle present Iraffie." 



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fhm Btate h ifco $ervmh not ihe maftf«r, of th0 poopfe/ Ae »to*a '» A*'' guannfee 
ogoiMt inMna^mont on ihuir fights, iheit flgan* In Intemutlonai and national istws; if 
it not #ho function of tho Uato to auumo tho d/rectfon of tho$o activitimt wWch rest 

on intiividual clioJco* 



The boss talkod to mc one day 
about tho true democrat. U 
wa3 a hangover from the may- 
or's conclusion that wc may be 
getting away from true democ- 
racy. " 

"Soynbean, the great philos-, 
ophcr and historian, onco des- 
cribed it,'* the boss pomped. 
'The true democrat sits in bis 
hand hewn houise, getting hU 
hc^t from a solar lamp on the 
root and weaves his owii 
cloth. He lends his own crop.i 
according to the phases of Uie 
moon. He depends oik no one. 

"Don't you see that it la now 
imprnsiblc?" shouted the boss. 
"It is impossible to be perfect* 
ly free in this m'Mlern clviliz- 
ation. 

"We depend on everyone, 
the power commiuion« tho 
farmers, the factory workers, 
storekeepers find garbage cOl- 
lectors. Wc depend on the 
government. We are not true 
democrats." 

His fiat crashed on his desk 

for emphasi;; and there was an 
embarrassed silence in the of- 
fice. The staff paused at their 
work and listened. 

"Yes?" I said. '"But have 
you forgotten Slim Bliggens? 
He is a true democrat, prob- 
ably the only one of its kind 
remaining. He depends on no 
one if he doesn't want to and 
usually he doesn't" 

I am sure Bliggens is a 
true democrat He conforms to 
no custom and if necessary he 
can subsist without the efforts 
of his fellow man. 

He lives in a shack of his 
own design and grows vege- 
tables, cuts his own wood. Cer- 
tainly be n^y accept the ad- 
vantages of society at times 
but they are not essentia! to 
him. There are months when 
he makes no social contact 

whatsoever. 
'That shows that he is not a 

.true democrat" said the boiJ- 
"At some time or other, he 
needs society." 



by "Dairy Farmer 



Well then, I said, even 3 r 
trapper all atone in the wood.4 
up north depends on a markei 
for hts furs. 

So it seems to me that a irue 
democrat must be a madman . 
Even ah Eskimo lives on fish! . 
and bundji his house of ice but 
he had to have aomeone V>._ 
rub noses with. He would ^'>_. 
crazy with lonesomencw. 

Yes, the theory of dtr^t-' 
cracy and indcpendi&nce mu^^ 
be based on madne^.':. A man 
would have to he aUm^i mi Xh^ 
top of a mountain wh<'f^ r.c . 
olhei" man could reach hiir: 
For if someone came up ^uc. 
said hello, our democrat ^'vil*:. 
be depending on him f^r rorr: 
panlonship or a pleasar-... 
change. Thus O'^r (j'jm^v.f%.^ 
would go raging marS, 

*'So a true dem^^Mt Li > 
madman- That is my ctr^-li'. 
sjon," 1 t^ld the boaa, 

"Hah! A cornmur^iii ^hV ,., 
Memt>er« of the itiff tvr;;V ." 
and sta;'ed St rne, J CQ'iM vt 

it in their eye*. I '/.rkfi-u -^-ha : 
they thought- I r-^d ipok^ 
out of turn- Tht M^iint^ Pi" 
lice may knoA' sb^^it it t;..- 
very momen!. 

Every <i^y the U^t *ya^. ,-7:.: 
with suipicion, P^^.pt^ '; 
Main St. jtar^ aM itar?, 
ha3 g-'jl around l-^^Tw -/:■ 

In fact I recei'-'ed y:^ ^i.^-jvif^ 
ed note fsday ^rA\h hi:d *..- 
if I was critical rif v— m^ 
'jfhy didn': I ijo to tha 5^'-i. ■ 
if I liked U » rrrsch. ^^A 
was all yist b&cs^j^.-f »^, ir' . 
nocent staterr-ent ^h-'^iili: ^^^ 
by logic. 

There is cr^e tr.Li^ I -aji r: ' 
thankful for I irr, i:iicjc**i-=j 
am not li'.ir*f in C*^ giii:^-^'/* 
.5tat«^ of ArQAr:-:!. T^r* ; 
would be exarnkv^ hj^ i yiu^.-- 
minee of senatK^ ^ xcijrs?' 
men or oiher patdca wiii ia/-. 
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We iiave the milk producers' 
uewsleiicT at hand, wry altrac^ 
tive and nicely dressed up. But 
as far as we are concerned, it 
is the same old girl, maybe, 
with a pooJle cut and the new 
louk, and what is more, appar- 
ently s^ill written by the wma 
old ijoy. 

U uottfitfj us of ttie new 
agreement reached With iht- 
distributors. The old agree- 
ment was reai'he^l with court 
iU.'tions newspaper headlines 
and political backniom deaLs. 
This one is an hnprovcment in 
this respeit. btfcausi* it is the 
result of the most confidential 
negotiatious we have ever 
heard of. As a maiii^r af fact 
tlie rank and fno. and ihU in- 
cludc^s the loi:al directors, Itad- 
n't heard about it until it w.H 
in force. 

Ttiii agieeiuont was reache*t 
by our duly elected represent- 
atives aiul thus we are ull 
iuuuul hy it aiut if there is any 
crttiiism 11 win hitve to be di- 
rtvtcd towards the nmuiid 
inceting- However, lief*ne we 
point out the weaknesses of 
this iigrc*enu!nt, we would like 
Ui Any we prefer Uir^aining tt> 
arhi1r<Uion and we prefer m\ 
iMkintetrupled diseu^ion car- 
nod ou 4|uiotly lo the session 
dial weut on hi.'ii year- 

Itkvtn^ said this, we luM thul 
wo h^ve the feehn^ thHt the 
pt-iuiuc^rs liave been outfoxed 
in tins new ante<!ment luul 
kiaviut; concluded it. und let us 
fov a (lUiuito take il for granl- 
ed that it was unavnidahle, ouv 
U-aders ceitainly do not know 
bow to ton us nboul it or in 
otber words how to ae^l it to 

us. 

The negoUalions » were uu- 
d»'(lalien at Ihe distributors* 
rt^inest at the time of Ihu y^av 
wlien there was a shorl flush 
nf milk. This Urn uUeady 
s<oied u point ill theh' fuvi»r. 
Th« iiwicesdions asked for 1" 
lliost? days miiy have suemed 
smull in view of Ihe torrific 
^upidy of milk ui lalt^ May uiui 
eurly Juno. Tho atireeineut 
has *'omo hi effctt hi August 
Ihonijh, wlwn there wus uiul i.i 
u real tiglit auin*ly slluulion. 

The dairies know what Ihoir 
iDunlh In monHi rf^iidreiuonl^ 
lire and our men do not know 
what tlio supply U, whnl it will 



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know. Neither i> ivt? cr- 
the numt-er of =h:?f^?^ i-dc/. 
and whe'vhe: or r.-z^.tie ie 
are on the i-v-rsi?^. V* r : 
not o-jr.itj:n^. this U^:ra-'> 
too strongly. I^--*^ tiZ\ 

about the ef'sv* ot i ;■-^-^:^ 
expert r-'.arket. all th; r. ' 
heifers tr,3: didrJ'z f.* ?-- -:^>, 
will tw milkeJ h^:e, etc. 
What did th^y do to tr.:. : 
the true j^'iciuref Nothir^ 
we know of. 

The result.' Tr*-e r:e^v ig' 
tiit'nt i.;dU for a *? dVAt 10 
r Ao^^ment when we ar^ on i 
quota. If the diitribuKTi % 
n't known that there is 
heavy suppty of Tudk lit s:, 
they would hive never uisi : 
on it. 

In other wonis, we t<.wk \- 
in priiv. -luut'.inlio^ to 2 " 
U> cenU a there U m * 
quota. In roturri, wo ■; 
^oniethiu^ s.iyini; that ,, 
producers shall l»e tiiken o ^ 
tOiiular shipi^er^ by a^^^et'. 
between the distributor : 
requitt^^ addinonal shi| 
and the Milk tVotUicers* /.. 
clatitui. Since noKKiy iw\ 
trt define what regular iv 
in this sense^ a hUn^l Kit ; 
see that this isn't worth",: 
paper it is written on. 

Having reached this a,Y, 
nienl ami let us Assume th; 
wiis Ihe l*esl that could 
done without gohiif to art: 
liitii, the newsletter make: 
effort hi tell us Ihe stor> 
hind U, Mayl>e it does IV : 
bide Ihe l«noraiwe of nu^ . 
reohsrs ab^mt supply ami 
umnd. Maybe It is bc^Muae. 
lue happy*. May we. H\ 
them thai we aren't 

However, we nmat say -, 
that we have as ^md a 1 
of tlireetors as we de.servi 
as h£imkI an oranni/ation ii; 
make it oursclvi.'S, If ., 
producers in this urea -. 
know thi.-* or dhlnH helir 
before, this latest ethtit 
the newsletter h l>ouftd tc 

vinctf them. 
In tho meantime wc wil 

tiiiue to prmhice milk nol 
with tho economic dUa 
tage.t we have enilury< 
ye:irJ hut also handlcapp 
tho kind of wtgani^atior 
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The bride's father conducted 
the ceremony recently when M. 
Grace Smith, daughter of Rev, 
and Mrs. P. K. Smith of Tillson- 
bnrgf was united in martlage to 
Lome M, Elford, only son of Mr. 
and Mrs, Orlando Elford of New- 
market, and grandson of Mr- 
Allan Cryderman o! Sulton West 
and the late Mrs. Cryderman. 

The marriage was solenmized 
In the Free Methodist church, 
TillsonbuTg, where Rev. Smith 
\s pastor. The church was pret- 
tily decorated with standards of 
while and pink gladioli, Don 
Stevens, cousin of the bride, 
Rochester, .N,Y_, was pianist. 
Miss Ruth Hardy of Warkworth, 
cousin of the groom, was solo- 
ist, singing "O Perfect Love", 
and during the signing of the 
register, sang 'The Wedding 
Prayer"- Miss Hardy was dress- 
ed in piiik satin and lace, with 
white accessories and a head- 
dress of pink flowers. 

The brlde,^ given in marriago 

by her brother, Wesley Smith, 

of Niagara Falls, was radiant in 

a full length satin gown with 

- „ net yoke and veil with short 

Pictured are the principals in the recent McGregor-Anmngweddlng. Seated in the centre are ^^^-^^ caught with lily of the 

the bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman McGregor. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cephas y^n^y ghe carried and orcliid 
McGregor, LinOsay. The bride is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. George W, Annlng of Newmarket, cascade with white gladioli, 
From left to right, rear roiv. are Allan Wood, usher, Eldwood McGregor, usher, MarJ ode Wilson ptcphanotis and satin streamers 
and Mrs, Lloyd Penny, bridesmaids, Mrs. Clarke Dunn, maid of honor, Victor McGregor, best man, jti^d in lovers' knots. 
Clarence Black and Marsliah Wilson, ushers;; fronts Margaret Black, flower girl, bride and groom j j^i^g Marguarile Jennings, R. 
and Elii^abeth Black, flower girl. . , = - .. . _= - Photo by Budd;|^,^ of London, was maid of hon- 

or, wearing a green nylon gown 
with a fingertip veil and carry- 
ing a nosegay of gold roses. 

Miss Frances McGugan, Din- 
brook, niece of the bride, was 
flower girl and was dressed in a 
yellow taffeta gown, and carried 
a nosegay of but tor fly- pink 
roses, 

Allan Cryderman of Newmar- 
ket, uncle of the groom, was best 
man, and ushers were Allan 
Snulh of St. Catharines, brother 
of the bride,, and Eldon Kay of 
Port Credit, cousin of the groom. 
Following the marriage cere- 
mony, a reception was held on 
the lawn at the home of the 
bride's parents* Some 60 guests 
were present from Yale, Mich., 
Rochester, N.Y., Wark worth, 
Newmarket, Niagara Falls, Ham- 
ilton, St. Catharines, Sarnia, 
Burlington, Harrowsmith, Ayl- 

mer and Toronto. 

The bride's mother received at 
her home wearing a figuretl ny- 
lon dress with white accessories 
and a corsage of pink Pinnochio 
roses. The groom's mother was 
dressed in navy sheer with while 
accessories and corsage of pink 
Pinnochio roses. 

The bridal table was adorned 
with a Ihree-ticr wedding cake, 
with rose bowls of sweet peas. 
Mr. W. D. Ferguson of Samia, 
uncle of tlie bride, proposed a 
toast to which the groom re- 
plied. 

After a wedding trip to Mus- 
koka and Georgian Bay the 
happy couple will take up resl- 



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dence In Newmarket where the was gowned, in sage green net 



groom Is a stationary engineer. 
For travelling the bride (£ose a 
pink suit and navy accessories, 
with orchid corsage. 



PRESTON— RATCtlFFE 

Pine Orchard Union church 
was the setting when Dorothy 
Ruth Hatcliffe, daughter of Mrs. 



M. F. Ratcliffc, Toronto, was 

united in marriage to David! navy sheer, white accessories. 



over tofteta, and Marjorie Pres- 
ton wore pink not over taffeta. 
James Smart; Newmarket, was 
best man and Albert Reynolds, 
Brooklin, ushered* 

The bride's mother received at 
home, wearing navy sheer with 
matdiing accessories and a pink 
and wliifc corsage, and the 
groom's mother chose a gown of 



Oliver Preston, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Delmer Preston. Rev, Nor- 
man Rowan, StouffviUe, offici- 
ated. 

The bride, who was given in 
marriage by Robert B. Miller, 
chose a fuU-sklrtcjd gown of 
Chantllly laco over blush satin. 
Her fingertip veil was caught to 
a Juliet cap, and she carried 
roses with white gladioli and 



and a corsage of pink roses. The 
bride wore a turquoise suit and 
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GRAND RE -OPENING 

We arc proud to extend to the people of Newmarket 
and District, an invitation to view our new, modem 
store front. We hope that you ^viU like it, for It hi 
your good and continued patronape which hiis made It 

possible. „ , 

To show our gratitude in a small way, wc arc offering 

you substantial savines for lin ilays an thr follnwtng 

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former Jean Bennilz, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. if. Bennlt^., Newmarket. The groom is the son 
j of Mr. and .Mrs. R. Scott, Fredericlon, N.B. From loft to riglit are Jean Widdifield and Anne Van- 
dcnBcrg, bridesmaids, Mrs. Carl Moore, matron of honor, Mr. and Mrs. Scott, Lloj'd Harvey, best 
man, Wilfred Elsby iintl Robert Nicolson, ushers. Flower girl is Carrol Bennitz 




News 0/ The W.I. 



News for this column must be in the office Monday 
night. Copy must be written as briefly as possible and 
confined to news and reports. Other than routine reports 
and announcements will Ijo printed separately. 

The (iormley branch will hold side the slonc terraces banked 



Austin Rumble and Miss Bur- 
rows, Mr.s, Hojlinshead were the 
committee. Mrs, Aub. Camp- 
f>ell was unable to be present. 



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their August meeting at tiie 

home of Mrs. Gordon Munro on 

the evening of Wednesday, Aug. 

27, at 8 p.m. Motto: "laughter 

is a goood tonic; do not boUle 
it/' Mrs. Allan Wideman, con- 
vener of home economics and 
heaUh, will provide the program 
and is exutcting to have Mrs, 
Ciiarles Hii^s of Bcthcsda to 
demonstrate the art of cookie 
making. Hostesses are Mrs. 
Jfimes MacIJonald and Mr:!. Juck 
Gamble. You aie welcome. 



Conservation was the subject 
taken at f^askay branch by Mm. 
Jesse Bryson at the home of 
Mrs. Marshall McMurchy on tfie 
afternoon of August 12. She 
traced the beginnings of tho 
HuFnl>er and Don Valley sur- 
veys toward the conservation of 
trees, wild life, soil, water and 
recreation. The first mct-'ting 
Uiv the number Valley Conser- 
vation Authority was held In 
I1I4G. The survey L-ame Iwtwcen 

1911! and 1050. 

She spoke of salmon fish in the 
number flivcr in the early days, 
how llie disappearance of for- 
est:t causes spring flomis and soil 
erosion. She spoke of the value 
of farm pon«ts, contour ptowinK 
and strip farming*. Conserva- 
tion means preservation of na- 
tural resources anri upon that 
future generatmns of Camidlana 
will depend for their llvclihooil. 

Mrs. Bry.son was given a vote 
of tiianfis for her paper by Mrs. 
Norman F^iierldgt'. Miss Mai/^' 
Jorit; McMurcby gi^ve a reading 
from the "Common Round" hy 
Mrrt. Isabel Colvillt- of INne Or- 
chard. Mrs, li. J. Glaa* enlarg* 
cd on the motto, comparing life 
with a garden, where good seeds 
are productJvo thn>ugh care and 
lovo. When memberK answered 
Ihi* roll t-idi by naming a vege- 
table, Mvs. Klheiidge expiaimrd 
tho vitamin content of each. 

Mrtf. C, A; Bhick gave two 
hninormis readings. Mr.s, Glen 
Dooki* and Mra, Hoy Pcolar of 
Vau^lian Were visitors at the 
meeting, coming with Mrs. Bry- 
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Tho lofty granduiir of 
"Citarmt^", the 60-acre c^ntato of 
MJsrt Blair. Acton Burn>w;i, Is 
all that, the nnmo ImpUoH. The 
[link tinted mud bungalow, 
fjuilt on a bill In the Ilklgefir has 
a commanding view to the north 
rivrrhwking tho holglitw of wood< 
htmlji. Surrounding are ncrcfl of 
trees. 

"Charmcs" waa an Ideal placo 
for a restful. Imt rxhllnratlng 
picnic for King €ity Wumen'fi In- 
littito last week. Beneath a 
large oak tfiic on thu lawn, lie- 



v/ith flowering plants, about 32 

aduUs and children drank in 

tht; hcauty of this part of King 
township. 

The height of h^ml on which 
the mud house is buill, was bar- 
ren wiiofj Mis_*i Burrows first 
came there. She has reforested 
11 with rt-d pine and Kuropoan 
larfii, lh:>t form natural avenues 
of (4iowth. Tiic whole scene is 
one of chfinn and lieauty. Com- 
bined with the hospitality of the 
iiostcs^. tht aftcrn<H>n was ex- 
ceedingly pleasant. 

Tiio living room of the bunga- 
low, with its incge l>i?ams, fing- 
stonc* flooFj its huge stone fire- 
phice ^md large v;iinlows has an I 
old world atmosphere, empha- 
sized by anticjiie furniture. 

"Fhmty", the while SJberiatj 
sk-igh dog, \a a faithful watch- 
dog. Somewhat aloof in n^an- 
ner, he has intelligence lieyond 
his kind, and is master of any 
situation. 

Mhn Burrows l>elieves tlial 
nothing in natural life need be 
lo.st, whetlier it be the leaves of 
her sumaL'h Uees that make ex- 
coJIent dyes or the mullen spikes 
Ihat made a <lccoraliun for her 
living room desk. 

Before a course of games wore 
conducted hy Mrs, Hoy Hollins- 
head, ihe W.l. prtsidont, Mrs. A. 
K- Jarvis, held a .short biLsine.ss 
session. A report on the com-, 
munity hfill progress wm brief- 
ly discussed. Mrs- Ivan Spcchl 
sent II report on improvements 
at Vork County Home for tho 
Aged, in wldd» wius mentioned 
tho fine work of tJjose in thargo 
of ihe inHlltuiion. County coun- 
cil is spending money for .*iov- 
erul improvement and IbL-re Is i\ 
decide<( Improvement to the in- 
terior appoarancG. Credit was 
given to Kintf City W.l. for its 
help in ijelping along thi.s line. 

Nanus i»avc been sent In to 
the C-N.K, to participate in IJio 
c<vnttHsts, "Five Ways to Improve 
the C.M.K." and tbo "Canadian 
Traffic Quixi^". The president 
called Uiv suggestion,^ In raising 
fimdn for W.l. work, (o iw pie- 
!!onled at the Septcmbi*r meet- 
ing. A cont(>:4t on dropping 
cIoUk's pins In a milk: boltio 
was won by Mrs. 0. Wilde and 
Mr^. t,en Shropshire. Tije spiko 
hamnu-ring eontc.^l was won by 
Mi'jt. iAiii Bobb, wltli two stroke.-* 
of the bammfir and Mrs. T. C. 
Noijlts, eight blows to drive the 
nail into an old piece of thn- 
btTi Mrs. J, Norris won the 
lucky flpot prize. The children 
had a foot race and balloons t« 
blow. Itofre^hments were serv- 
ed in picnic buffet slyle, topped 
off l»y ice crcaniH 

Mrs. Aiciile Campbell, Mvs. 



The regular monthly mooting 
of Zephyr brancii was held on 
Aug. 20 in the community hall. 
The president, Mrs. Pickering, 
opened the meeting willi a poem 
entitled "At Homo*', the fami- 
liar ode and Mary Stewart col- 
lect, followed by the 1-ord's 
Prayer. 

The nunutes of the last meet- 
ing were read ami roll ealJ an- 
swered by n members, with U 
visitors present. A letter was 
read from Downhatn nursery, 
Bowmanville, stating that they 
would l>rtiig slides and a lecture 
on gardening, etc., on the even- 
ing of Oct. 15. This was ap- 
proved by all present and wiis 
also .suggested it l)o an onen 
moL^ing as it would be inter- 
esting to the men folk as well. 
The treasurer gave ber report 
on our fiehl day atlivities which 
was more favorable than last 

year. 

There was an open discassion 
about" onr annual biLs trip but it 
was left to the committee to 
make arrangements, 

Mrs. Ciraham took charge of 
the meeting for home econ- 
omies group. After singing! 
"Maple Leaf Forever" a reading 
entitled "Posture I*ointers" wje? 
given by Mrs. Gilhavy. An in- 
teresUng item to all ladies, "Kit- 
ciien and Batiuoom Improve- 
ments," was read by Mrs. Wm. 
ftynard. 

Little Arlcnc Clelland gave a 
piano solo. Mr.s. Ilow.se gave us 
many lips on ironing a man's 
shirt. Two little girls, Karon 
Pickering: and Arlene CloUimd, 
sang n duet entitled "Bring 
Back My Kitty To Me". Mi^. 
Clelland S|>c-nt a few moments 
telling luc of ttie advantages of 
a pressure cooker. Meeting 
closed with the National An- 
thenu followed by social iialf 
hour. 



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Auroni branch regular month- 
ly meeting on Thursday, Aug. 
28, at 2 p.m., at the homo of Mr.^- 
J. Klccs, Maple SI, lloll call: 
'^What I like best about tliis 
month." There is to ho a shower 
for the ha/aar of articles made 
from sugar bags. Agriculture 
and Canadian Industries, Mrs. L, 
Kvans. ilnstesiie.^: Mrs. Fines, 
Mr.*i. Anderson, Mrs. Jennings, 
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104 MAIN ST. 

NEWMARKET ONT. 



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Nt7»V 1-iUX)M hoasf on StrtiiK^y 
St., Nowmiiiki'l, Hiimi' Slt^m. 

N(^wmarkL»I, ''lwJ2 

2 NKW claplionnl Inini'rOtHv* on 
Kiitilc St, r> nnd fi HKntis, lot TiO'x 
aXK, oil ht»4iU^l, ' hiinlwoixl In 
front roomfl, ilU^j kitflioii, PrU-c^l 
tiMht for nnirk :iiili\ (^ilt Murray 
IJiikcr, i>Iio»c tV)l, KayM St 
Ne^vinrirki't. U2S 

HOUSK imi finnitiiri\ Apiilv 10 
Sr, No\\'in;irkol. *2w;it 



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COM^T)|tTAn^^: honuN with 1 

iii:ro-"i m.irkrt cardcu opfiorUtir 
My, ImiM-in cuiihimrcl^. j;oo't 
wjitt^r, liydro, jMHilfryliouso. 
VLVS fi ovf-r »l)ilH CAIUNS. Uiv 
fiishtiL Jjv^iNhI on Ui.nkwiiy \'2. 
vast of KijUon- 51,000 cash ttill 
handle, IJ-ilarifo ran Ije nrrnnsr- 
fd- lrnmr'H:U<' possession. C 
Troyrr, Kilwonhy, Ont;irlo, 
phono Scvt-rji 52^22. Ch1\v33 



OFFICES FOR RENT 



OFKICf: spiicc. Apply Town 
Ciork, Aurora. tC30 



BUSINESS FOR RENT 



ARTICLES FOR SALE 

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ANTJQt^H iiut\ moili'in lioiiKo- 
]ut\d efforts. I-ugo qunnlity of 
nahii, oxcollonl iiiiallly. Apply 
ISI Mi\\t% St,. l>hone 73SJ. NVw- 
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S^amKIC In At (!on(ffifiiit, Al^t; 
n>;)1. ItiMbon for sollhiE;. elmn^* 
Ini; to oil. Ap|>ly lU'i Main Si.. 
^»hnr.o TS'JJ. NcwmmkoL 'IwJI 

~ ifA-n lif on^s" HKAUTi^ 

KIlcnriNS COLOURFUf* 
■rnA'l''S what Ihc new homoa 
took likiv lively fixtures for 
lathrooins hi white or oolor 
wUU ihromo finings and plistcn- 
■M\: whUe |K>i4vhiin cniimol ^inks 
\\-x\h ihe samo sparkle yon en- 
ioy Eit youv bciit china— all on 
ttisplay at the new showrooms 
Mvi warchoaso on the Slrcots- 
ville HoiuS, V\1ion you vSsit the 

CV.U. just take liino out lo soe 
0^ for fixtnros, fitlhi^^, furnaces 
anil all the things for a nice 
home, \Vc dclivoi'. yoti pay no 

i>, \', Johnson Plumhine Supplies, 
Strcetsville. Ontario, 

c3xv34 

r^oWEit saw, suitable lor con- 
iraclor or homo l>uj|dei\ Phone 
jr^. Newmarket. ctwCH 

CflKNILLE IlEDSI'READ " 
UAROAIN 
PROM FACrORy TO YOU— 

ijnWEST prk'c In Canada. This 
liorl^pread is fully co^-crcd with 



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RAINBOW Oardons. Active) ''^hyehcnillo. im shcctln? show 



HELP WANTED 



fURL or elderly lady to look 
after 2 chlltlren- Live In. Week- 
cndft off if prcfttn^cd. Mis, F. 
Calvor, ItR. 1, Nowmarkct. 
phone 207J3, Newmarket, after 
5,30 p.m. ■ , ca w33 

CLEHK-STENOGRAPKER, wUl; 
experience prcferi'ed- General 
office tluHes and reBponslbllltlea. 
Write lo Dn R- M. King, York 
County Health Unit, 126 Main 
St., Newmarket. ti3Q 

CAPABLE man to manage estab- 
lished Wolkltis business In New- 
market, Regular income above 
average. No experience or in- 
V 7^:1 men t necessarj'- Per man* 
ont \vnh chances lov advonro* 
metil. Wrlic Immediately to The 
J, R- Watklns Company. 33t) SI. 
Roch St., Montreal, Altoniion: 
Mr, F, Granger. 

EXPERIENCED carpenters for 
now pi'oieci by Watxi and Allan 
Co., Davis Dr, W., Ncwmarkei. 

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flummer business* near Keswick, 
for 19r»3. Completely equipped. 
Phone RfKhf/M I'olnt 80j. ct5w31 



tOTS FOR SAU 

CHOICE bnlldinK lots, Corharn 

&hd Maple Streets. Sewers and 

vflton Phone SI5, Newmarket. 
tf2l 

CflOICE huifdinff lots on Lundy 
and B'Uton Ave, Newmarkei, C. 
R Wllfls, phone 1fl7, Newmar- 
ket- tn3 



ROOMS FOR RENT 



2 LARftE unfurnished rooms 
and kllchenelle. Apply Mrs, 
lIc£7iaN I'atwln, Poltugevllle, 

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J^OQM. isoani if desired, pjhone 
238w, Ncwmarkei. : g2vv33 



?: 3 UNFURNiSHED. heated 

q rooms, light housekeeping priv- 

f- il^HCs, suitable for a business 

■i latfy. Ilione lC3w, Ncwmtirlcct, 

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I 2 FURNfSUED rofjms, suHable 
^ .. for buftlness couple, light house- 
keeping accommofSailon If de- 
sire*!. Apply (W Main Sj., Now- 
tilarkel. •IwSI 



Sn^. First ciuallty. It eomes In 
ail coloi's, single or douT)1e beil- 
^i/f, with either mullirolcred or 
solid ratsefl centre patterns. At 
only $5/25 each. Sent COD plus 
postaKC, Immcfliate money-back 
'rujjmniee. Order one. you will 
o:v?er more. TOWN & COUN- 
rHY MFf;., Box M!»a Place 
IVArmes, Montreal, Quebec. 

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WESriNGIIOUSB range. In 
^ood condition. Dining room 
table. Phone 05r15, Aurora. 

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gONFURNfSHED room.^. Phono, 
79:im. Newmarket, after 6 p,mj*«e*- 

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E,S.SarANE Ras stove, tabic to[K 
^'■hite, 1 burner, Nor;;e Whhe 
,^lar, Goof) as new. Phone 
5nflm, or apply tG Andrew St.. 
Newmarket. clwSI 

CON'I^ENl^ of huuKalow, con- 
slslln;,' of iKt^hnom. lIvtUK iviom 
fnmhure, dlnelle. stoves. Frlp- 
ifhnre, di.^hes, etc. Apply Mrs, 
Mundy, Centre lUI., opposite 

WInlerkorn's ^ara^e, near Hol- 
land l^nOine. *lwai 

3 BURNER coal oil atovc'and 
dowirfe o^-Y'n, Oven never usrd. 
Phono C90w, Newmarket. cI\v:m 

CIIILirs extra lar^e, maple, 
cnb. excellent condUloit spnni; 
and mattress, $22. Ilhone MtH. 
Newmarket, elwrti 

BUFFET, mwlern, watnul, good 
condlllon. Phone DOSw, Newmar 

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FimNfS!IEI> rr*om. Boanl If 
dralrwL Bullablo for iiu^incss 
lady. Apply 9 Shncoe Hi. hi., 
Newmarket • I iv3l 

2 FURNISHED he<li-oomK or 
suitable for itouf^cke^ipin^ room^ 
U di-slrcfl. Phone liKn>in, Nt»w 
JJ^^rkel, Mw:n 

Mi ' WANTED to RENT 



rCE bo\x% all shaiws, all size.'!. 
Comi.' In anfl take your pick 
whlie the asj;orlmpnt Is tan_*e. 
SpUlette's Appllanci^s l»eside 
!-obIaws, Ncwrnai koL 



TWO fully experienced carpen- 
ters. Apply at Svvlmmtni: Pool. 
1^1 u lock Farms, Newmarket. 

^ nw^j 

rULJ.t fimo stenographer, typing 
essential. Experience preferred, 
but not necessary. Phone 740 or 
741, Newm arket. clw34 

CAPABLE hl(-h school girls, 
grade 10 and up, as sales eirls 
for the opening day of school. 
Tuesday, September 2, Apply 
Campbcirs Bookstore. Newmar- 
ket- elw,14 

LICENSED MECHANICS 

GOOD working conditions, excel- 
lent wages, holkiays wilii pay, 
group insurance. Write Era and 
Expn>ss box \b2, Ne^vmarkel, 
elw3-l 

salesmen' 

SALESMEN with sciiing exiwr 
ience preferred, hiu not neeess^ 
ary, to sell com])Icte national 
adverllseil line of meiThandtsc. 
Must l>e honest, neat and aggres- 
ive. It you have onduiante and 
ability, this Is at>ove average 
position with exceptional ix>mun- 
eralion. Write Era ai»l Express 
Ijox 181, Newmarket. Clw^M 

RELIABLE hahy sitter for day- 
time t>y Sept. t. Phone '121, 
Newmarket, after 5 i^m. clw3^^t 

EXPERIENCED l>otly man. Ai>- 
ply In persoti M. A. McNeil Sales 
Ltd.. Main and Queen Sis.. .New- 
market. elw.'Vl 

PEMA1,B. Power mcK^tiine ojier- 
ators to woiii on lathes and 



CLASSIFIED AOVERTISINQ 

Two c«nl» m word* mintmum of fiO cvnia for each adveTtlsem«at,' 
Half price when adv^rlbcniEnt li rvpcatFd en [iitcc^Mtv* wec^ks. 
Ten percent dtscotmt U advertisement b paid nllhia week 9t pat>- 
tlcfttlon. : 

Cemfag Events costs two eenXn a ttord. minimum JW c^als* 
Half. Price when reprated on ^uccvit^ve weohs, 

Salft Kegbtcn, $1 tr>r Ihc first wct^k, 50 cents for each iuccciuItd 
tverk, ■ 

<.'ard of Thanhf, Wi-diltug anil En^a^f^mont annunnrompnt^ 't^ 
cenis for each actnounccmeid Ipsa 26 trilts If paid whhln week of 
publleatton. 

In Mcmorlams. 15 cfi^ti for each inM*rtIcn plu» 5 cents a Uiiu 
for vursc, less ^5 centn if puld within ivcch at pubUcatlon- 

Classified nilvertLiliiK may be phont-d fate, or Itfl at Th(\ Era 
and Express ollice on Main 5l,, Notvniatkel, phone IS&Q; alWliUr- 
law's, . phone IS, In Aurora; ut Mrs. I* E, Kotllnsc, phone 8. Khti:: 
or with any correspondent. Advcrt1»emea1s ucccptrd through the 
moll where nAinii of 4fmlbr -mkI aildrtK^ i^ Hoarly Inillrntcd, 

Votir advertisement ECti into over 3,300 homes in North York. 



MERCHAt40ISE 



ASK YOUR DOCTOR 



NOTICE OF SAIE OF 
CHAHEL 

iiy Amrn<»i 

i R.S.O- l(*50 c. 227 3. WW } 



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MOST doctors recommf^nd Air- 
foam mattresses and pillows for 
peoiile suffering; from hay-fever WIIEItK/\S Mrs. Rosoltft McMid- 
and astiuna or Ihose ailorjilps lo ii-n, of NewmarkrI. <>n'ario. Is 



feathers. When your doctor rec' 
ommends Alrloam pillows or 
malires-ses/ let us supply your 
needs. 

DYER'S FURNITURE 

Call 1 250 Newmarket 






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MACHINERY FOR SALE 



NEW AND USED 
TRACTORS 

1 FORDSON Major. Barj^'am- 

1 FORDSON Major, n ft. one 
way disc and seeder t>o.\, cuili- 
vator, 3'lurrow pLou£;ii, all by- 
draulje control. $1,500. 



1 PN FORD' Fer 



j'uson 



tract or. 



■tuaran- 



1 FORD Ferguson $150. 

These ti'aclors all carry 
tees. 

TOM BIRRELL & SONS 



Phono TIO. Newmarket 



ISb POULTRY WANTED 



AH klnJs of live poultry wanted. 
Will pay above market price at 
your EJoor, Phone 657, Newmar- 

kel. U21 

Live poultry. Any quantity. 
Brinj^ them in or will call on re- 
que?^t. HIjjhest prices paid. W, 
S, Applcton, Oak Ridges^ or 
phone Kinj; 91rl4. tf27 



^9 K)ULTRY FOR SALE 

LAYlXt; pulictri $2.m A, iCcinke. 
Cellar Valley, phojie Mount Al* 

hori :m:i tf;vi 

PERSONALS 



THANK YOU 

WK would like to say thank yon 
lo lite iiondrcds -jf people who 
piiU\ iLs a visit at the n?cent 
Trade Fair- Vo'jr kind remarks 
ahout our exldfcil were %'ciy jjra- 
tifyin-i> 

DYER'S FURNITURE 

Call 1250 Newmarket 



indf-Mi-d in Uie un'htMKmul in 
the total som of ^h.:i2 for work 
dvne and in;tlcrlats supplied in 
tlie alttrjiti'm. trnprfivc-mf^nt **f 

one liUSt JiHcioalii'nai I'anrI 
Trnrk 



!H<> hHcioali..n;d l''»nrl /J.,;,,' ^% '^^ 
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^1. PiifrUk.'^ ;'Atrd f'i^'^ ff,,fj 
^^ol^'/r-fn the hours <.t D ,r,m ^r»J 

7 p-m. 

AND lake forJh^r no*W' th^t nrr' 

l^.j? at ihc hour of i| oV^*'^ irr 
\h^ forcnfion, ih<y M^iyor win ;»t^ 

tend ,n ih** Tnv/n fnrjWA f.rnr** 

of NewmafkV-t, aM if rff|Nr-fM 

^U'np'i hy hfrn. ^^o p^r.^^r^ r/* 
au^nd aJ Ihe nnaJ ^nrffTttfr-" m> 
of vof^ft hy tfio f'Tr^rk. ;fr,.I o-^i- 

■nt\ fi* f-Hrh t^ilurrj 



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three months have eTapr-;ed Muti- 
ihp saiil sum ou;;lu to have t-^-'-a 
rndd, ;nid d'-fauli h-i^ b^-en road" 

In payment ihcrt.'of; 

N0TK:K is hwi>y tfivcn (hat ;>; 

:.i n<:\<n:k In the uftfirj-^\r>rt nn 'Am 
MV&ay, tilt: .10(ti flay of Ah;'mhI. 
!%i The pljif.e ol huslnf^sT of Mor- 
I ion lirothfTK I.irnitf.-'i at PH Ka-de 



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FRKt: SACKtrr 

SPECIAUS IN AVON 

POWDER pack, after shave 

lolio!i, cream iiair lotion. Mrs, 

Ai ihur ^orfdan, 59 jXndrew St,. 

i^UriTio 13^2, NcwmnrkeJ, c2w^j3 
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SKINNY" GIRLS? GET 
LOVELY CURVES! 
C:>iin 5 lo 10 11js„ now pep, Trj- 

famous health anri weif-ht-build' 
■2i: ():^lrex Tonic Tat>lels. Intro- 

iOuclory, "Ji0l'ac<|uainicd" aJiie 
only &){}. All drui^^ists. 



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PRODUCE 



ORDICRS lakea for peat^, 
Olapp's Favorite anil UarUcit- 
l*hone 2\n\\22, Ncwniaikei. 



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SPRlNOEJt Hpanlcl. liver nnd 
white, well bretl. 8 months old. 
Prire S2o.. worth S50. I'i^one 

liiKJwI,^, NL^wmarkel. crlw:n 



HAVE YOU 
COMPARED 

LATI-7 last Fridiiy afternoori, a 
couple came tntd our store and 
punjiascd three complett-j rooms 
of furniture. This couple hiui 
spent ihe earU<:r part oC the day 
in Toronto corraiaring prices and 
thi.^' had found ihat tfrey could 
do much bolleT right in Newmar- 
keL Have yoa con^parvd pJicos? 
Von will be iileasanl^' surprised 
when yon t\o^ Don't take our 
ft'ord for U> Conii>Kire piices for 
yom-^clves. You be^ (ho Judges. 

DYER'S FURNITURE 
Call 1250 Newmarket 



Ktnret, Nt-wnif*rkef, rhc said 

Tnick v/ill l.f» ;:old hy Mr F. ^^ 
Smith, Auctioneer. \>y pnhlic i 
auc(h»n- 

SUJi,lKCTtoreseivnM<L 
l>ATKU at N>iA-rn:tiitoL Ehi:j 2I^f 

day of Au^'UJ^i. lor,2. i 

Morion lirother:; IJmilcd. 
I>er Howard ,L Morton. M^r. 

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I NOTICE \ 

8TATr:MENT OF Qt/F.STION 1 
SUBMITTED TCj TUK RATF.-i 
PAYERS PURSUANT TO liY : 
LAW NUMIit^i !2r>l OF niKi 
CORPOHA'ITON OF THE f 
TOWN OF NFAVMARKFrr ; 



in fhe o^'^ativ*- 

rtnf?!n'm. 

DATETj :jf Nf'A'm?irkfVl ihiz 2\if 

nay nt A^K'Ufit, A.Sy irpr>2 

a^-Tk of Jhn f>,rr^.r,i*:V.n 
or the Tfi'-vn of :*^*'-.t'rr^i rk--^' 

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Strasler&Soa 

OUEEMSVilLE 

FVSRHAl. DrajCT0F:5. J,.TD 
PTfONE 2SJ2 




Shop 

Memtiftr florfat^ Tei^r^p^ 
OclWcry A*«cjaUoa 

r:o-v4r5 :vir*-i Co aH ^art* 
of the world, 

FUriSP.AL FLOV/^^'^. 

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FARM ITEMS 



CALL Ontario Rendering; eomp 
any for dead, disabled animals. 



... , , » , '' Saiistoetion cuaianted. Saiii- 

rfilldrenswan Kxperlenee nre- 1 (j,|.y i-e^ioval. Special weekend 
ferrwi but nol essential, tlijsh- ^na holiday service. Call colleel 

Nc^vmnrl;et OOOj^ or Aurora 'ZV£^ 



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FIVE Imndrrd H" Hndci Ulock:^. 
Apply Ward and Allan Co.. n.ivis 
Dr. W., phone 05L Newniarket, 

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est piece work rates. Ilonrly 
iva^es for l>ealnners, Aoply Un- 
employment Office, ftlaln Si 
Newmai-ket, t-Sw.'H 



USED CARS 
MAKE OFFER 

:»; iM>nr;K septan 

,17 DOiXJE si.-<Jan 



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HOUSE or unfurnlshHl rooms 
Iiy Scpl, L Hrn;di family. Urj'- 
enlly re<jnirH. Writ*? Kia and 
Expu'ss IxiX im, Wcwmarkei, 

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V- UPHOLSTERING 

l.liejilerfielil kuIU's exiitrtly 

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WALNUT china ealdnel; IS diTi- 
hii: room chalrsj fi^jilece dhictle 
suite with Ivoiy leather weals; 
walnut hufffd: oak huflet; an- 
il(tne upiholsloml ciialr; sfjveral 
wooit and steel lce-i>f*xes; walnut 
dinlnfvroom taldo, 1 leuves: kit- 
chen arm and n>ckinsj chairs; 
chilij'r; erii*; chest of drawers: 
he^js r-onipleie; jKilr rustaurani 
si'iots Mue le^illier; che.HterfieJd 
and ehrdi': lampw; crystal; Royal 
Alli'-it cups and sain-^'is; dishes: 
chtna; Jrlassware, etc, F, Hirst, 
pijonc :j'llift<^(jueensvltte. clw-'H 



'39 fNTHRNATKWAI, \'2 ton 
]>anel 



■47 INDIAN motoreycif 

MARSHALL'S GARAGE 



OAK iupt:t*>; 

i'honc Kin^,' mt'\ 



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1U5] RED, Mejx-nry converlllde, 
small rnileaj^e, beaniifnl conrll- 
tlon. Never Imd a dent or 
KcratclL Eoriulfe Twxaco Stallon, 
Keswick- If an 

I'm f.'HKVfUJLf-rr sedafiT^Mu^i 
wl* Immedhilely. Itisi offer. 
I'hone TMiii, Auiora, or apply i'/J 
CenUe S L, Aurora, elw.'H 

Uim STANfJARD Chcviojet. Vn 
fXJURLE }nnl complfde with i ''""*' coodirion. fli<>he;fl e;ijth 
•^Ut'l rihlj'm flat NorInt' and i "*'*'»■ I'lvnje OOlw, Nev/maikcl. 

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for last soi-vicc call direct Tor- 
onto ilOwai^ titS2. tf2) 

?1,ANK silo, V2\'2\ for sale. Al- 
len J, Cody, 1 h2 miles soutli of 
Pino OrLliai^l. Mw3^1 

REGISTEREH Tamworth liop. 
I'eier llamlUon cultin;; box with 
indley an<t crank. Seventy io<l 
rail fence to be removed at onue. 
Walter Warren Mount AHw-n. 
nw3-l 

BALED hay. liv the ton or ijale. 
Krrini^tiin, plione mU Mouni Al- 
Iwrt. *iw3^l 



28 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE 

12 WICANKD Yorhshim pi|;s. 10 
chunks. 1 lloisteln heller, due 
tiepl. 2. Apply lUimsay Weildetl, 
neJhave n. " tfiwii'* 

H> WEANLINO pl^s/T^Vm^ 

iiUl (u A, Macl^hei'son .phone 

Mount AllHrrI 7r>i:t, e"-iw;W 



Wiirn-: jji^jeons for sale. i1i>plv 

:U Here/y St., Auroja. phone 
Aurora -il in: v2v:'M 

2 COLLIE pups, \ 1-2 months old. 
I'imne 70rI5. Ain-oi-ii, "Iw^^l 



LOST 

POMERANIAN, nameti Sandy, 
iMJlween Oak RLd>>es and Aurora. 
Reivard. Rhone Hudson 2519, 

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S?r» REWARIX RIaek and white 
RosTon RuU terrier, male, fton-| 
Wynhursi Ik\ich. Keswick, 
Please leiurn to I-conard or 
phone RoL-he'fi I'oiJit IWj, clw-3t 

Wn,L the fhider of die waleh 
left in Ifie washroom of kinp 
(^eoiLjr Ilotrl on Wedncsdav 
aftu'noon i)[ta?o reltirn it !o the 
Newmarket t;»xl ofIii:e. Ri^xvnril, 

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V^OOD FOR SALE 

IHy WittMi. Kli^ve leni^lh. PhoiTC 

Uwrtl 



PRICE OR QUALITY 

WHEN you co!J5!der price only, 
you n^7ually gft '^stun-^"- But 
whQn you ci>n;t>ine quality pro- 
ducts, made by such famous 
inakei's as Kroehl^r, Miirshiill. 
Antiivw Malcom. Flrekrouie. 
with the prio> tliat meets aR 
comp(dition, yon ^n'e ajsui-c<i of 
tiie l>est ciUiUty at llv lowest 
in'iCT*. Cotn.c in and oompare- 
Vou be the jiidKe. 

DYER'S FURNITUBE 
Call 1250 Newmarket 



"PROVrOErj the Toronto an-T ; 

York Roads Commission *Y'jik\ 

Conniy pavr^ the centre rwr:n'v- 

■Iwo feet *^2'K are you in favr^i^ 

of the Council iinden-ikin^ xftt- 

rehuildln^ of »hc hibnce of 

Mjin Stiv-et. at an csttmate-f 

ccj^t to Che To^tn of Xcwm^jctriv 

oi One H'Jndrcf? and Five Thiw:v i 113 .\laia SL SV-jmia*.* 

and Do^hrs .5I05.0C0ffli. ^r.'if Ph™* i3£.w ' 

the issufn^ of riebc-nturts Tr-jr^i 

for?" j ™ __ 

TAKE notice that th*? :j^*j^-»." U 

a coJTCCT ftatemeaT of the 

; question submin&i to ih»> r-*t^ 

Sayers puii:i;ant to Byb.-A- 
er S20'i of (he Corooraiiion 
the Town cf \ewrr.ark'?-., 

AND take fufTher notice 'h.-- V;^^^-^ STFJXT NHW^^KTT 

tenant v.V-y dor^ire; to vot* tvm^'. i ^ 

deliver to the C.^rk of fne ^Ai'li 

Corporation of fac Towr. of N\»«--;, 

nuffket. not la-fjr Than the —rrl-;-' 

iUty before the day ^pTX'inttvl ic*' 

taklns die vox-;, the d^>;::3rar]<?r : 

provideti for bv siifc.'SijcMori rhrj-^- 

tn Section iSZ'ot rhe Jl^iniclrxv ■ 
Act. 

AND r.ike further r^.-^zw :h:i- 'h-^ 
vote u-tll ee r.^kon or> ■h'? aNiv^ 
jquestwn. tho iTind dav :?f s^c?- ^ 



Num 



1 

of! 



Roadhouse & Rose 

FUNERAL mmm 



emb»r A.P. \-?52. a\ th^ fcHow- 
\inz Suh-Di\i5iens- 
[St. apoJXi^'i Wan!^ 73 :'*;"e=-vcr 
&irt\;t 

St, Atuh\^M'*5 Waid^ToA-n rlaH 



McCaffreys 

Flow e r s 

Ftuwers Telegraphed ' 
AU Over the W»ir?d 

i JLUN STRHET ' 

Phone 573j 



WS, Qticeiisvillc. 



MISCELLANEOUS 



DYER'S FURNITURE 



-i^ M^^^ ^t .Shnmonn Reanty He.ni matiresHj 

Call 1250 Newmarket '^^ ^'^-^'^^ condition. Rhone r)aiw, 

II^jqI NVwjnarkct. e2icril 

KIMMONTXS sled double !»cd. 
^inUms sHiii sprifnT'tMled matt- 

v<*iin, Hxn of RprfnL;^; lar^c ivmy 
dre^Kcr with Iripje plate-i^las.'i 
mirror: num'jr Cnt.'-M. hicyele. 
All in iioofi conditioa Apply 27 
N^al^'lla -St., jdione 120], New- 
murkct. elwIH 



UUC.S, hroadif>otn. Save UJ* to 
50 IH-Ticin, New nies Irom old 
vu^'x wtytAlem mm discarded 
ehdldTli^ Reverslhle, ireamleAS & 
«pproMn»atety 1-2" thick. Made 
in InieM color tonc«. I'lione New- 
market, Hr>7nt,. tf27 

VENCTIAN tdlndft, aluminum or 

Hfeel, nmite for all atylca of 
winrlowji, Kirsch ilra|w tracks, 
drape arniH and pin Hookjt, etc. 
Free C£i1ima1eM and InHtalhdlons, 

Rhone iT>r} apply 4(j Ontario St, 

W., or wtllc I'.O, Iwx 4ffa, NoW' 
market, tl27 



i:r>0 DODfJE, lU^ Luxe sedan, 
radio, heater, aircondtlion'^i 
low mllcaue, Slfjr>0. Hall 
down. Will flnani^< hiilame. 
Ross Lee. fit guj-en Hi. {•:., New- 
market, elw.^ 



USED TRUCK FOR SALE 



WORK WANTED 



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JAOKirr HEATER find waior- 
t-ink, In cwhI efindlRon. <!|ieap 
for quick j»ale, Rlione Aurora 
^Jt^w^ ^^e3u■:J2 

DRAPERY custom made, Nlip 
coyciN, h4^!f]iread5, vrncilan 

hlln<l<i. Malerlnl. Kirsch track^i. 

Pin on \\ni}kH^ llnlnt;, weights, 

tape:*, etc. For information or 

apr»olmment, call Richard S^ne 

r;d, R*l Main St., Hione U7. Frw- 

eMimatt^. no ohltf^atlon, tf27 

WHITE en:imel c<ia! or wwi^l 
rancc in excellent <^ondlUon. 
Il^ono IV.iwX, Wewmatket, c2wn 



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STEAM lal>te. A iwifi, 2 irayH. 

plate rack ait metal, electric 
sandwich Krilt, hrand n<'w: Koan 
dl^penMers; 2 na(>er towcj hold- 
ern; 2 clJccse kIU'<.ns. Ihif (;aln for 
quick sale, K lllrsl, pijone 
CJuccnwllJe 2111^ nlw:tl 

fi.B. electric rani:"'. *n (i'hxI ^-on- 
dilion, Rhone :^I7H;. Qiuen'* 
vllle. ' Mw'H 




E.x|>erlenc'ed, marrlwl man "with 
fandly, de^tres work on farm, 
iwd far trmn 'I'oronio, Steady cm- 
ploymenl. Rlea^e stale wa^cs, 

mail work OeL t, Wrih? Oonlon 
IL CU-iiit^i <;en. Deliveiy, Ender- 

by, ira _ _^*^ 

WAN'l" yonr ra<llo reimlre^l In ii 
hirry. ami f{iiarantei»d? Rione 
NV» wimi rk cl 1232. .: Ifii7 

Are you ihlnklnfE <*t tiling your 
kitchen or batlironm . floor? If 
ffo, pleaffo CAll 1282, Newinnrkei. 
for free estimates for ruh1>or, 
mnsile, marlioleum, Jnnjw and 
plaNtlc wall Ule, R. J, Rundlo 
aral Son, too Andrew Sl.^ New- 
market, If27 

"T tlPlioTSTEIUNO "^ 

Chcfttcrfkld suites, occasional 
i.'hidr*, rebuilt, recovered In any 
fqtirfC' Apply Ken Sarf^ent* ^ 
Oorham St., or plione 382, Now* 
market, (J27 

WE are now e<lu]ppc>d.to InntatI 
larsre Hcotle tanks for rcstrlctwl 
fji'ca. For prices and Infonna* 
tlon call Murniy Raker. [)lione 

ih}\. Ea;;le St-, Newmarket. 

tf28 



Ih CIKfNKS, S*»w. due in 2 
weeks. Apply Arthur Kyild, 
Zephyr^ ^^^ _'^^"^'* 

FUESJI lloisteln ludlcr with lw(. 
djjy old call Uy wide, also Ihd- 
tilehi Uejfec ilne to frcslien end 
of month. Ren Lilncr, RaJdwin, 
phone Sniion :i7ii:i. clvv:n 

•A IRJI.STEIN CJilves for viann«. 
HolMti!hi iadt. 1 year otil. ready 
for service, re^islered. A few 
Wi-illn*d l-<'icCsier imn lamhs, 
M>me ref<Lsiered. Apply Nell 
Earis< Yoniic Sl„ piif>ne 'MVMv'A, 
Newinaikel. elu-:il 



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NEW AND USED 

1050 FORD 1.2ton Expii^Ks 
lOlt* MERCtntY L2lon Express 
RUff FORD l-2don 
III18 INT. riton, l.W W,R. call 

and ehasHK 
IMtfi INT. l-2-fon. ji;mcl 

RMt FORD, :iton, comldnation 
hofty un^l hol^rt 

NESV Rr)2:f ions, t-loiis, l'2ton 
exjtreKH and l-2-ifftti )»ruiels. 
ImmiiliJde delivery, 

TOM BIRRELL 

I'ln^ne 7-11), Newtnrtiki*! 



8 PIOS. 10 weeks old. La Rue 
Ilaijlajje, phone 2Lri2(j, Qneen^, 

^yj*^ ehvrM 

ri-i WEANEI> pltfs and elunrks. 
Aiiply L, ilerdman. Helhaven. 
elwlH 

iiOAR, Imuii Mai^rh. \k^, Weiuht 
at K v%wks, '!« Uk firte-^n te;Rs. 
Rnlr;ed outdoors. f^uijcrhly 

liKilthy. Sh'f.: m\yrm KelmseotI 
RfjvnlKlen irJSE- ihun: wnv^ 

KelMiscOtI Manlo U^nf 'AXUtK 
Manrttv de CTheyelKm*. Sutton 
Wt^t, plume 2R-il, (--Av;*! 

»rj pic:s I r^^kV '-ddT'A iVmt 

Oliv^T, iMlone '2HfH. Qjieeasville, 

*2w:n 



I'X)R SALE OR RENT 
nos|>ilat hG<is, wheel and invalid 
chairs. Theaker and Son, Moind 
ARi crt. 3r>m. t f '27 

Attdlerlial rlieuniatlc latifels for 
mufleutar, arlhrltle, neuiitic and 
si'latie pains. Price SI 00, Res! 
l>nijT SInre, plume 11. Newmar 
ket. 



SALE REGISTER 

■ ■ - \ _ L 

SATURDAY. AVa. 2;t— Auction 
sale a^ the Stouttville Livestock 
Sale?4 Arena, selling livesR»ck 
our siwclaliy. Fresh cows, 
springers, heifers, stieep, calves, 
pip!?, nnd tior^es. Plck-iip and 
(IcRiery can he arranjtcd. This 
is y(nn- c*numunRy sale. Come 
eaily ami i>tinf' somethhiL; to 
'ed. Yon hrioi" it niu\ weTt .^I'll 
it Sale every Satuutay, ai 1 
\t.m. Make ihls your market 
ivlicre t>nye»-s awl sidlers meet 
S*'llers and Atktnseu, aui-iion 
i eers, tf-ia 

SATUltOAY. AUU. 2Ct -Auction 
'iiile *>f lii»nsi>li<dd fmnRutv etc, 
niso slore CHtnipjiiem nm\ soiite 
^•iHnviies. thi' pretK*rlv »if lio:*--: 
J. 0"Rrii-n. at tialdwin. 'i uuU's 
south i>f Sutlc^n, Time "2 ivm. 
Teriii^i easU. T(n1 Ja^-k^il1n. Pint 



Attend One of Th 

CHURCHES 



ese 



SL'NDAY, AUG. ^ 



IVrry. aurltnitiH^r 



•l^v:l:^ 



MliaMJS IN THROAT 
Thima-s Pink Tabids for th« 
nose an<l throat, for ttie ilrapp- 
int! of tnueouK dif;rhan>e, sensn 
fion of tin- lump hi the throat 
and olher dlstnrhances. Ttiese 
are Ihe same reliable |)lak tab- 
lei ^ tluR iiave hern used (or 
many 3'ears hy mlidls and elilUr 

ren wRIi (fO'wl rcNultH. Price 
SI.OO; $1.75; $2,50, Tlie nei;i 
l>nij: store, Edione 11, Newmar 
kct 



WKI^XESI'AY. A^<^ 27 Auet 
ion snle o| Jorsi\v cows, calve.s. 
hiiy. |iiinR>y', tnrnUure. Unds. 
clc, at lot I;*, eon. :t. WInioiiuivh 
Twp-. the pr^rperly o( Mis. 
(;*\>rj:e Rmrows. -^a)e u! one 
n.m, "ii^rm-s: cash. 1-ieiJ N, 
Sinilh. auctioneer. c^hv^U 



FKIENI>S' MKETtNO 

Botiford Street 

II a-nv— Mectins f\>r Worshij. 
C\>:ne i-^k Mtvlin^? 
All wtflvemc 



l^lllTRtH t>F niK XA2ARENB j 
I^llnisltfr - KiM-. A. K. Petetsenj 

OrsaiiU - Mia June llutue^ 1 . 

Pi;iiiisl - M\^ \orinc t;rccnwi>odi Tuos., i vvni. 



I THi; GOStEL T.V3KRNACLB 

(Associated Gospel Chntcii« 
j oi Canada) 

I Pastor, rlrCV. A :t VlSLDLNG 

7 e.m. — Kvejiini: wtjcshJu 



■Bibii; sluJy 






J'llE REST llRONfMMAL 
COUOH SYRUP 
Fi»r roufdis, C'd<ls and tkroneht- 
Wn. A jn-om|d and effecilve rem- 
i^iiy for the relief of lironebllis 
ll(!ht or ehesfy coufEhs and colds. 
75 centrt. 'Hie Rest nruj: Store, 
Newmarket. 



NOTICE To CREDITORS 

IN THE MA'ITER OF THE 
ESTATE OF AlAltY ISARELLA 
WRICIIT, LATE OF ITIE 
WWNSHIP OF EAS'l* UWILL- 
IMRURY. IN TIIE a>UN'rV OF 
YORK', Si»INSTl':R, nKC'EASlJl^, 



X^l^_l bi l"!^ 



Yf>ltKSIIIItE sow. H plj'K h^dv 
to wi*iin. t> YorkFiblre nies, 7 
WM»k!*. Alnn Peters, Keswick, 
ttfidne 2|: R7. qiieeiisv lRe, elw;H 

20 PI(!S, m^iw^l H~>hlde 
l<i.*swlck. 'Iwrfri 



c1w;h 



mA iivesTQCK w anted 

Horses for mtnk fcert Hti^liesl 
prices ptiiil. Rex Smltii, Quefms- 
vllle,~phone RH2 colleci, 1127 



-1 *-p- 



llorscjc ff>r mink. Will enll foi 
with InicTc, flood ensh prices 
ItHI -VrfJN (irniy truck, ^hod oalrL Frank rnlomrin, phone 
tirprt, ICcasimable, l/>rne Rnher. 10R9I NewmiMl:et, or write 
Newmailiel, |)lione 112. ir2wXlip.O- bo.x 25. _ tf27 



We rep.*ilr all in.-iftes of sewlitt- 
mneldnes. New mai*hlne.<i $5tEl.riA 
up, SlUKcr ScwItiK Center, New- 
market, RUt Main St.. idnnte 

iffFf*. im 






Tmeses. snrf>lcnl siHi|>orls, ellipt- 
ic hosiery for Riofo wlm Huffer 
ffom varh^tse veins nnk1f> and 
knee Irotibit^ Aivb Mipporis, 
Lnmbaifo bets. Resi Oruij 
Store, phone 11, NcwmarkeL 

COME In and i-iunpare. We will 
iinl luibwhhfly \*i^ undersold by 
any comi»elilor anywln'*-e. Vou 
be the <ndi;e. Hycr's liirnltnve 
phone VJ'My, Ncwmarkei. H27 



rREHriX)1lS of till- alh^vi^nanu^l 
dercn^iHl, wlio dhsl ut the Town- 
ship of Vmax < Iwltlimtmry. in the 
iToUnly of York, cm or at>i>nt the 
Ninth diiy of ,hu»^ Ii>.v^ are 
li(*ivi»y ntdtfit^l pni^nant Xi\ 'liie 
rruttice An lo senil 10 the under 
sbtned itnmf of their chdm mi or 
hefoie the 1st i\uy of September, 
1!i5'^, afler wlUch diile the as-setK 

nf Ihe Estate will W dhitrttnded 
tiavtni^' rej-^artl only h> Uu^ claims 

nf which the tinileislnm*<t will 

iheii hnve not ire, 

HATEH al Newniaili;el tids aui 

day.d Jnlv, A.ix ll>yi. 

Lawrence Wrljjid ;iitd W.d' 
lace Adam**, e\*vniurs 
l»y their solU'ltors, 
M»lhcws, Silver, l.yon:i i<' 

Vnle, 

Newmarket, tinlarlo. 

i<\\\-S2 






WA'IYril for yiViU\{\ o}w*nlnL- of 
nanmln Simp, Aurora, ojiernteil 
bv. Ihe North York llnmnno So 



elely. 



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MERCHANDISE 



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MA«^ONNA hiv hnllifl, nfso Iris 
ro*ds. J. W. Hrouvbton. 3t Lydlu 
St., plione HMO), Newnmrkel. 

V t*2\vX\ 



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NOTICE 

SAM Oilmev'H Rail^er St,op will 
tte cb^si^l from Sniunlay. Aut!. 
:id, mull after Ljd«»r l>ay. S*'pt. 
L e2w:tl 

NOTICE 

i win not he ivs|>oh»i|bte f<ir any 

itehlH iiK:urri'*( in my name by 

niy wRe. Mi-s, Oeitrude Clayton, 

after ihls dale. 'I1un*f!*1ayi Aujt. 

It. 1^52, 

" Jobn (!lavten 

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10 .^,10.— Smuliiy sx^hoel 

M am.-Devotieu.il service 

7 jvTu.'-Ewm^L'Ustic iervioe 

Fi»; iiier p:xster Rev. IL V. 
Muwverthy ii\ eh:ivye 
Wrd.. i: poi--Pv;tver mceiin^ 
Fri., 7 p.oi.— JiitiK>r lut^otin^ 
Voii -we wcUome 
"t'hun-h ijojiv^ t'.noiliv.s aio 

lUl>p-ei"" 

FKKK .^iKTHUlHSTCtUrKCtf 
UIH.T 

Rev, I., V,. thisemeni. l^tor 

SUNDAY 

I0.:m a,m-^Sutulaj- fk'hiMl 

7M p.m. -Divine Worship 

The l»ash*r 
Sat. Aotl, L'lt-'StmJity Si*hool 

Pit^nic at Port R^dster 

Meet at Chuteh iti {:Si^ p,ov 
Wed.. Au*:. 27, B:{0 p,m ■ -t^ayer 

Meeting! 

THi: CllttlS^AN UAmST~ 

CRPRl^ll 
TRINITY irN1Tl^l> CIlPRCIt 

UNION SKRVICKS 

hi tMHtiSTIAN DAPriST Church 
Minister, Rev. Fred RrccUoii 
OrgLtnist, Mr.'i. Eugene Cune 

10 a.nv—Sunday sidiool 

U a.m. — Mornnu! worship 
'"Vearh us to pray 
Ail Welcome 



; Thur?i-, -'JO—WorTiooi Fri^vr 






110 1' NT AtBKRX 
B^VPTISX eUi^KCU 

Ri;v, !iiidnc> Kerr 
l1lterita-l^attlr 

Urt^ht. brief s^ummertEme sttrvic* 
i^s cejitiiiue under th*; mJini^ 
try ef 

PAS'l\">H KHICKSON 
of the M,*pU' HUl ITaptiit 
Church 
A cotdU! weltfoiue to all 

TUK FELLOWSHIP iW 
INDKrKNUi:NT BAinriST 

ClItlRCllKS OF CANADA 

(tospel Z^ltedon, Newmarket 
MnxWl St (rotitcr ot Arthur St) 

PiWter: Wm. I^nrcnce Evan^ 



10 
It 

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n.m.— Sunday school 
a.ni.-^Mornitii! worship 
All Welcome 



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FKt:K :viKtllOI>IST CHURCH 
RKV. hi S. nULU Pastor 

Churi'h of tlio LiKhl nnu Life 
ili*j*r, every Simduy al 8,3t 
»,m. CF.OR, (1570 kc.) 

10 a m. — Sunday school 

Miss Clara K. Crowder, Supt 

11 a.m,^nivlnf worship 

.S|»ecial .^iojjing 
7 ,>,ui--KVANUELlsnC Ralh 

T\ie3„ 8 p.m.— Prayer meetlfg 

Thurs., AuH. lift, at U p.m.-«oci* 

ety Meetina ''t 

The Old Time Gospel for M.^dcm 
Day Needs.' r -■ . - 



ST- ANDREW'S 

PRESQYTERTAN CHURCH 

Newmarktt 

Rev, F, R. Merodllh. Mtnlsttr 
. ilennin G« Fowler 

Mils, Bac. R.MT,. Organist 
!>.50 a,m. — Sunday School 
11 ttLm.— Divine worship 
No Gvcnins services during t>al* 
ance of the summer 

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SALVATION. ARMY CITADEL 

H Queen St. W.. N«u-mJirk«t 

Officers: ScnloyCapt., 

Sunday 

tl a.m.— 'HolmBs mccll 
3 p,m.— SnndaJ%chool 

7 p.m.— Gospel service 




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AUCTION SALE 

(y of 

VERA E. ARNOLD 

at Con- Z, lol % CJuren^vllIe. 

: SATURDAY, AUG. 23 

Thb |>ioi)erly will hIso ho offLTcU 
for flc'ile subject io reserve bid. 

Nl'M' <'k"ctrlc' stovii 
K^'lvlnntop rofriKcrator, 9 cu. fU 
KUthcn fumitum 
Dining room sulto 

Antlquf,* fHsboB. tnb]r*5. ota 

T-afJtkTK. wh*'Gl'barnj;v 

Cjur.iiify supplies 

Signs- one electric hI^'h ^ 

IJ<?*lrfwni furniture 
Coal-<|uantlty of woOfJ 

2qiinrt Jars 

l-tiUciri Jars 

Jam Jars 

Crocks 

Kl^.'hcn uk'ii-^ils 

'Jihcr cinlclos lf>o numerous fo 

iniTitlon- 

Ti'i'fnfi i:fiJ:h, Timt> 1,30 p.m, 

fYjiiik Kavanajjh, auclloncor 
t'lvv-rti 

AUCTION SALE 

'if .frrscy cov/k, (^'ilvrs, bay, i>o!JI' 
Uy, furniture, tools, ete, 

Ihe proi>t^rty of 

MRS. GEO. BURROWS 

to bfr sol*i on I»t 15, con. 3, 
Whittburdi Towiisbip 

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 27 

cows 

JfTsoy tow, 5 vwirs. In full flow 
Part JuiTioy tow, 5 years, in full 

flow 
:i HoifLT calVfrs 

roui/mv 

'i5 f^iyinj; bcriis 

'JO Clik'kf'ns 

FUJtNi'l'UKK 
•\ Iron l>e<ls with sprinj;.s ami 

in^Urfssc^ ' 
Ww>*Ion lx»<I wilh springs and 



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mattress 
3 F(?athi?r mattrejw** 
5 Botiroom dresHcrs and slandA 

fi DInln« room chairs 
Pfning room table 
2 RocKors 2 Cou*!ho» 

2 Ann chairs 
2 Kail leaf tables 
fi Kitchen chairs 
2 Glass Cupboards 
2 Cook st'*vf?3 s Box stove 

Coal heater 2 Bureaus 

What-Nol stand : 
Sowing; machino f> Mirrors 

Wall clock Hot plafc 

Some cutlery ■ . 
A quantity of bodrllne 
Quantity of assorlc^I dishes 
Quantity of kitchen utensils 
MISCKLLANEOUS ^ 
Coal and wood 

Bafcfl straw Potatoes 

Quantity of pails, shovels, forks, 

s,iws. etc, 
Seed drill Iron kettle 

('ream scnarator 
2 I»gj;ln;; chains 

BIfK'k and tackle Stepladdor 

2 Wheel ?jai TOWS, niani; with 

numerous other ailkles, 
Sale at ] p.m. Terms; C*^sh 

Jim Smith, clorfc, FtoI N. Smfth, 

jujf.-lioneer, phone I87J, Newmar- 

llcX. r (=lw3^! 



NOTICE 

TOWxNStlll' OF 

KAS-r f;V/ri.LIMBtfEY 

A MRirriNC^ of Uu^ r;Ucpayers 

of th** f'oHci* Village of 
Qaeensville ami bl<icks 12 and 
13 in pl.'in Ui, wlU ho h'-'Id in the 
municipal building's at Sharon 
on Friday, Au^, 22." al S p.m., 
for the puVp<Jso of considering 
tirafi plans of the it^ceni surv'tys. 
Owners will be fiiven the op- 
ji-jHunlty to i-e'^lsler cjinplainti. 
J. U SMITH. Clerk, 

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5;ROD^^^-^Al York County hospi- 
tal, Friday, Aug. 15, 1052, to Mr. 
and Mrs, John Hrodie, Newmar- 
ket, a daughter. 

aUTLER^Al York County hos- 
pilai, Friday, Aug; 15, 1952, to 




NOTICE! 

OF POSflHG OF VOTERS' LIST -1952 

r 
I b 

Voiet%' hlHl, 1953, fllunlcipality of Ncwm^trkct, County 
of York. Notice b hereby given that I have pasted uj^ at 
my office at Bot»ford Street, Newmarket, on the aist day 
of AuEiut, J&j3, the list of all person.H entitled to vote in 
the said Mnnlctpallfy at the municipal election for Depuly- 
Kccii-e and lh:it such lists remain there for Inspection. 

And I hereby call upon all voters fo tike immctliatc pro- 
ceedlnffs to have errors or omisslon.s corrected accordhig to 
taw, the las* day of appeal behiff the eighth day of Sep- 
tember, 1952. V 

f>A'TKD at Newmarket thL^ 3fst day of August, \4K 1953. 

r 

WKSLKY BKOOKS, 
Clt^rk of the 

Tuwa of Newmarket. 



Mr and Mrs- Ralph Butler. Rich- 
mond Mill, a sorL 

CZVZEWSKI— At York County 
hospital. Sunday, Aug. 17, 1952, 
to Mr. and Mrs. John Czyzewski, 
R. R. 2, Gormley, a son. 

OEHRiTZ— At York County hos- 
pital, Tuesday, Aug. 1&, 1952, to 
Mr and Mrs, Marinus Gerritz, 
Oak Ridfics, a son. 

MBYBR— At York County hospi- 
lan Friday, Aug, 15, 1952, to Mr. 
and Mrs. John A. Meyer, Holland 
landing, a son. 

OSTROM— At Ottawa hospiUl, 
Tuesday, Aug. 12, 1952, to Mn 
and Mrs. W, D. Ostrom, Ollawo, 
(Marion Rose), a son. 

PAXTO^f— At York County hos- 
pital, Tuesday, Au^ IB, 1952, to 
Mr, and Mrs. Stuart Paxton, 
Richmond Hill, a daughter, 

R!SEBROUGH"-At York County 
hospital, Tuesday, Aug. 19, 1952, 
to Mr. and Mrs. A. Rlscbrough, 
n. R. 2, Uxbridgc, a son, 

STEPHENSON— At Yorkpounty 
hospital, Saturday, Aug: 16, 1952, 
to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stephen' 
son, Aurora, a daughter. 

SEDORE— At York County hos- 
pital, Monday, Aug, 18, 1952, to 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sedore, Kes- 
wick, a daughter. 

SPEf^CE— At York Courtly hos- 
pital, Wednesday, Aug. 20. 1952^ 
to Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Spence, 
Toronto, a son. 

SISLER— At Belleville General 
ho^psta!, Monday, Aug. 18, 1952, 
to Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sister, 
(Dorothy Westropo), a son^ a 
brother for Douglas. 

TAYLOR— Al York County hos- 
pital, Thursday, Aug- 14. 1952, 
to Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Tay- 
lor. R. R. 2, Newmarket, a son, 

TONERl— At York County hos- 
pital, Sunday, Aug, I7» 1952, to 
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Toneri, Elm* 
hurst BoaL-h, Keswick, a daugh- 
ter, 

VAN DEN HAZEL— At York 
County hospital, Monday, Aug, 
18, 1U52, to Mr. and Mrs. Hencl- 
rik Van Den Hazel, Aurora, a 
son. 




MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS 



for the 



Town of Itfewmarket 



E 



&9^l 



^-A* 




NCITICK IS IIKKKHV GIVEN 




ENGAGEMENTS 



DEATHS 



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for the ofHee of deputy reeVe for the balance of tli« year 1052 for 
the munieiralHy of the town of Newnurktt will be'^held In the 
town hitll on 

ffilDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1952 

at Iho buur «t 8 p.iit. by ihe returning orricer 

Ai (he nomlnaHoii mcellng, (lie c:iliiiriLiles for orfite idiall be 

propoHMl, und MCfHuIwl striatum, unil uvtry nionliiativii shall be 

writing, Ktull Nt^ite Ibe name, ro^bleiice and ortupallon ol Ibe 

nC iSf,!'.»"t.*^}[ '"' "'"""' ''>' '■'* P^iwt" a»'l secoMdw. HOTIl 
«% TIIK V(WKRS' IJST AND PII.KI) WITH TilK ttWCVHSlSil 

he cotiMnls (o be «o nominated. . - . . " 

(,. ^^a^lf^^ "'". "r*'"' '" '*'''^''' ^™'" *''* Trtiwurer Ihe requMte 
TION " **"'* *"*" "'" *""•• "KrOKE NOMINA- 

« Jl^ ^^n""""*^^^!"' "" "'lUlretl (« llir the same, the vMnz 
Li^.lXVA^^"^^'"' "* "■" «"""">"""» erection, shall bS 

ST. «»:OR«E'H WAKI) - 79 Pr-rtp.-tt Ave., 

lA. iam« NJtolson: I», K. A. Koblnwm; ;IC. M«. K. McUren 

8T. AN'JRKW'H WARI> - Murket Huil<tli>f- 

2A, Uto. H\UiK: 211, Abix. Kv«; 211, Waytt Moorby 

ST. PATRICK'S WAHI» - Fire Hall 

JA, Frank Itoyle: 311. Mw. v. itr«wnj 3C, Arthur Wtst V 

^ . - _ * 

Monday, the Twenly-secoDd Day of September, i 952 

rrom 9 o'clock a.m. to 7 o'clock p.nt, and iio lonjter >_ 

W all of which all personw are Teimfth;t«l 4o Ukt iiolite and 
xovera thenwlves accordiriKly. 

<U>tt SAVK THK HWm 

WK8LKY BROOKS, Clerk and tUiuwnlng Officer 
_ /; Newmarket, Ont., Auaw4 31. 1952 



BATN — Al Xowmaikel, on 
Tliursday, Aug. 11, lft32, Tlcrlliii 
Emily Brammer, wile of the hue 
Jatnes Bain, and motlicr of Karl 
Haiin Giielph, Fumfrat service 
was held In N*i:wm;irket on Aiiti- 
10. lntormi:nt Ncwniiirkci Cirmc- 
tcry, 

JOHNSTON- Aftor a IhiijeHnr-: 
Illness at the home of his flaui-h- 
ten Mrs. Bruce Lapp, Mount Al- 
IxTrl. SatiiJViav, Ati^, IG, 1052. 
John Johnston, in his SlUh yoar, 
htishf-iml of th» late Motls!;a Van- 
di^horou^h iuu\ iuWim* ot Ollvo 
i Mrs. Bruce l»ipp), Clai ence. 
Gordon and Velma. Funeral s^^r- 
vice was held hi Mount Albert 
on Auf^tiAt H*. Inlorment Mount 
AIlKTt cemetery. 

KAISER— Al VOit: tAiuntv ho5p» 
lait on Tufs'ay. Au^, I!*, UiV2 
nf'ortco Kaiser, m his 81^1 y*\tT 
foimerly of T'lni^enuici'v iir 
hustiami of Annie Cosj^rove anif 
faUu*r of Calllsta tAlrs. W. i^. 
Ktihl), ncKtin*; at thi' 'nioinp.sor. 
Funt-ral Home, 2!) Victoria H\.. 
Aiif-f>ra. Sei-vlce Friday at 2 p. 
m. Jntemient Aurora comoteiy. 

SlfAVK-Suddcnly, at her homt, 
*i7 U'»rmoiit St., Aurora, on Auj'. 
VJ. Vjy2, hUim I'lowman. wife of 

Harry SJiavo and mother of 
Floi^nc<\ Winnifrivi and UrMt- 
ram. Tonjiit^, James, Aumra, 
Myrtle <Mn>- Apfdei^ate), Ivy, 
Out., Helen iMis. AndrevvH), All- 
Jslon and (iiirdon, Ihitiphin, 
Man.; In her 80th year. Funeral 
service was held in Aunira this 
af(ernw>n, August 2L Inlormeni 
Aurfjia cemetery. 

SMITH ^- Al Toronto (Jencnil 
hospital, on Salurftay, Auif. Mi, 
I05X Francis Jolm fFranki 
-Smith, Auiora. hushaiifl of 
Myille Wri^dit Hamlin, In his 
71x1 year. Funeral Nervier* was 
held In Aurora on August 10. In- 
lerment Aurora cemetery. 



Mr. and Mrs, Ross Holstock an- 
nounce the engagement of their 
only daughter, Marian Irene, to 
Mr, Lome Edwin Miller, son of 
Mr, and Mrs, Harvey Miller. 
Sliaron. The wedding will take 

elaee Sept, G, at 3 o'clock, at tlie 
hited church. Mount AlTwrt. 

Mr, and Mrs, V, Roy Reynolds, 
of Barrle, announce the engage- 
ment of their dau^htor, Mildred 
May, U.N., to Mr. WlUlam Keith 
Bviwles, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. 
William a. Bowles, Bradford. 
The manlnge will take place on 
Saturday, Sept. 6, at 3 p^m.,- In 
Central United church, Barrie. 

Mr, and Mrs. Til ford McMullen, 
announce the engagement of 

(heir only daughter, Joyce, to Mr 

Norman S^tarshatl Rank, son of 
Air. and Mrs, Rchert Rank, Aur- 
ora, The wedding will take ptace 
quietly in Toronto, on Saturday, 

Sept. 13, W52, , ■ ■ _ , 

_ — , .1^^ — ^ — _ — __^ — , — . — .^ 

The engagement Is announced of 
Marian Lockic, daughter of Mrs. 
Lodcie and the laic John Harvey 
Locklo of Zephyr, to Dr, Edwin 

John Hunt, Port Hope, soii of 
Dr, tmd Mrs, Jolm Harold Hunt, 
Toronto. The marriage will lake 
place on Sopt, 3, [n High Park 
United church, Toronto. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pollock, Kes- 
wick, announce the engagement 
of their daughter, Doris Irene, to 
Mr. John Francis Heaton, son of 
Mr and Mrs. Prank Hcaton, 
Keswick, The marriage will 
take place on Septemtier 20. al 
3 p.m., in the Keswick United 
c hurch. ■ - "• '- - * -. : 

Mr. and Mrs. Cephas A. And- 
rews. Newmarket, announce the 
engagement of their daughter, 
Shirley Ruth, to Mr. Robert 
Harold Stevens, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Welly Stevens, Sharon. Tlie 
marriage will take place on Sat- 
urday, Sept. 13, at 3 o'cftKk, In 
Trinity Unlteii church, rtovmar- 
ket. 



MARRIAGE 

MORTON-^IIELLAM 

On SatunTay, Aug. 16, 1952, hy 
Rov. Fred B reckon, Nellie, 
flan^hter of Mr, and Mrs, J, E. 
Elellam. Newmarkel, to Wallace 
St(*wan Morton, T'oronto, son of 
Mr. W. R. Morton. Newmarket, 
ami the late Mrs. Morton. 



Circus Sptendor And Color 

L 

Found In *The Greatest Show' 



If there were ever any doubts 
that Cecil B. DeMillo is Holly- 
wood's master showman, 'The 

Greatest Show On Earlh'% a Par- 
amount picture which opens 
Monday at the Roxy Theatre, 
should dispel them for all time. 
In this mass ivi^ Technicolor cir- 
cus epic, producer-director De- 
Mlllc has packed a whirlwind 
two and a half hours of .thrills, 
chills, melodrama and laughter 
— every minute of it stamped un- 
mistakably with. his special genU 
UH. 

With an investment of three 
years' work and more than S4,- 



CARD OF THANKS 

Ah^- Rose ncriran<l nntl family 
wish to e>:tf'nd sincere thinks 
to the many friends and ncigh- 
Tjors for ihHr kindmss ami -^x- 
presHJons of sympathy durln*? 
lh'» iiecent loss of a liusli^ind and 
father. 




wood people perform their own 
stunts. Miss Button actually 
sways precariously from the fly- 
ing bar high above the arena 
floor, as does Wilde. And It's 
Gloria Grahame, not a double, 
who places her pretty head be- 
neath an elephant's foot. 

With much of the footage taken 
during actual performance of 
the circus, DeMtlle was able to 
stock his drama with many of 
the great acts that have made the 
circus such a perennial favorite, 
DeMille's roving cameras have 

also briUlantly etched the com- 
plex operations involved in sot- 
ting up tlie big show, tile colorful 
parades through towns, and the 
tense Fascination of thousands of 
youngsters and oldsters enthral- 
led by the Big Top doings. 

The behind-the-scenes story 
played against this color-splashed 
canvas traces a love triangle in- 
volving the girl aeriiilist, her 

dashing ccnler-ring rival and the 
circus boss. It aho explores the 
surpiiaing secret hidden behind 
a clown's gay mask and the bit- 
ter conflict between the Elephant 
Girl and a vengeful animal train- 
er. Tins drama, ami its exciting 
resolution, is deftly alternated 
with the huj;e panorama of three- 
ring dangers atid delights. 



The New&urket Cra and Express "niaisday, Aug. 21, 1953 Pago 1 



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To 



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O' 



IHggers 



Time was when nobody could 
trim the Ditch Diggers, That's 
all changed. Now everybody Is 
taking them to the cleaners. 
Tuesday, in an Aurora town 
league . soflball contest^ DeLallayc 
Itockel5» using a last .of the 
seventh four-run spurt "dood it" 

Rockctmen supporters went 
homo acclaUning Ren Siinrhotis 
and Bobbs Cook as co^ieroes. 
They provided Ihe key blowia In 
Ihc Rockets' winning last of the 
seventh drive. Cookie opened 
the pol with a double and Ron. 
Simmons, . after Dave Ferguson 
and John CyMahoncy got aboard, 
promptly bashed a' Mickey Sut- 
ton pitch a country mile to score 
the winning runs. 

Uiggermen Harold Stephen- 
son, Tracy Barrager, Ihlickcy 
Sutton and Charlie Sutton bag- 
ger! extra base blovvs in the Dig- 
gers' six-hit bag^ against the 
combined chucking of Buddy 
Aylelt and Doiig, Richardson. 

Ron, Simmons and Henry Ford 
socked homers, Alf. Childs and 
John O'Mahoney collected dou- 
bles for the winners, 

Rocketmen, safely entrenched 
hi third place, now trail the sec- 
ond place Diggers by two games 
in the closing stages of the 
league race. 



r" -i - 

King City and Noblcton open- 
ed their best of five glory series 
for tlie Peel-York soflball league 
title imder the Sdiombcrg lights 
Tuesday. In a see-saw, extra 
innings, marathon, Noblcton 
squeezed out a 15-14 win over 
the Kingmen. The score was up 
and down like a yo-yo as hits, 
runs, walks and errors went al 
bargain basement rates, - 

King was first off the mark, 
hiking its lead to 10-7 wilh a 
run in the sixth. Nobleton, 
however, refused to roll over 
and play dead down the rest of 
the route and came roaring back 
to tie it l3-all at Ihe end of 
the regulation seven innings 
stretch. .- -' '. 

King bagged a run In the 
eighth, Nobleton had one trump 
left. Ken. Hoyle played it, a 
tw-o-run double and that key 
blow put Koblolon in the win- 
ner's circle, ■" ■ '-'- 

Phli. Hobson and Gord. Orr 
.shared the King mound work. 
Geo. Oldfield and Cord. Broad 
cwnbined lalentA for the Noble- 
ton pitching win. Keith Kyle, 
fflur for four, Gonl. Orr, three 
for three. Chuck Shields' four 
safeties and Hank Natalie's cir- 
cuit blast featured the King City 
slugging, Tom Dobson with 
three hits and Bill Hoover's 
grand slam homer sparked No- 
bleton Game two in the serie.^ 
is carded for Schomberg next 
Tuesday at 8 p,m. 



N.H.S. Upper School Results 



CAHI> OK TilANUS 

Mere words aro Jnadernialc to 
expres.s our gratitude to each 
'uul <^vor>' one ^vho have heljwd 
us throu,i;li th'\sc days of sorrow 
with heautifnl floweit;. wonTs of 
sympathy, and ileeds of Infinite 
k'nfhiess. We cati only sav 
th.'».nk you so muclk Sneclal 
thank:$ arc extended lo all miv 

neiehboi-s and the Office StM?c 
inlty. * 

Mrs. Koss Tomlinson anl family. 



Cornel Wilde and Betty Hut- 
ton, not doubles, soar daringly 
beneath the dome of the RlngUng 
Brothers circus tent in tholr roles" 
Eis steely -nerved auriallsls in 
Cecil B. DoMtlle's 'The Greatest 
Show On Earth". Paramount 
Teehnicolor spectacle which is 
showing al the Roxy Theatre in 
Newmarket for four days begin- 
nitig Monday. 






IN MEMORIAM 




■^ '■■ 



Cj<KjDING-'In loving ni('mor>' 
'If a dear mother anti gnmdmo- 
Iher, Mrs, A- T, Goomng, who 

'i*^ uTL"^"*' *'"*' *^*^'"' """' ''^"«' 

Vou llnf<fT in our mejnoHes fo 
stay, 

Like the rose In all Um beauty. 
The rc>rnemhrance of ihmo hap^ 

Ify daya^ 
'Ihe affccllon thai you jjave to 

UN 

Whon we were all to^'ofher. 

Your kindness and your fnie- 

r«nt love, 

SIia» *>e wlihin our liearis for- 
ever. 

Your weary hours and days of 
pain. 

Your suffi-rlng nights ai^ nasi. 
And U|i wlihln OmVs outstixH^^li- 
ed arms. 

You tiavo foumi Nwc^rt iv,st at 
lanf, 

S'"dly mhMit and eii'er r4'' 
inemlwiTfl by Dorolhy, Fhjyil 
and boys, . 

'lOODiNfJ — En hfvJmi meinorv 
of om- 4k*ar hudher. Mr.s. A, 'f' 
(.jjodintf, who passi**! away Aug. 

(hHJ wafvlifd you In youi" ?;uffei'^ 

lie knew ynu had your flhan*. 
lie gently closid your weary 
evi'H 
And t'tok ynti.M V\i*i~ cUvv. 
Atul while you He ht jH^acoftil 
«lcep. 

Your memory. w<? wUI always 
kueii. 

I*ovlni:ly remi-mliered by Kvi»- 
lyn and Cliarlfe MUsUfl 

r \ _ V— 

HKDinii: --in loving memory nf 

our dear moih(?r and grand- 
mother, Kloreni-e Sodore, who 
[fasHiMl away Auu'- ill, lOIO. 
I often sll and ihink of »'nn. 



When ! nm all alone: 
For mcmorv Is rho tmW fr-mi ^ 

Thai yrM oan call it--^ own, 
Kvci' i-ememhcrwi by hot* <1aiii'h- 
ter, Nellie, son-in-law Tom and 
family. 

SEDORK'-ln lovim; memmv of 
a dear mother, Florence Swloro. 
who iKissed away Aug. 111. HHO- 

Jlcmemhranco is a golden chain 
ncaUi tries to bi-eak. but cdl in 
vrdn; 

To have, to hjve, and then to part 
Is th*.' greaiesi sorrow f>f one's 

heart. 
The years may witx^ out many 

things. 
Hut this (hey wi|>e mu never— 
Ihe m<?mory of thoso happy days 
When we weix' All together, 
l.ovinj;ly remernl»ered hy thr 
family, 

TANSr-KY "In loving memory 
of a *hKir httslKinil, Byron Tans 

Ia^-"'"" 1"*^«<^1 a^^ay AUK' 22. 

I lost ;i husband with a heart of 

tiold, 
Wlio was nmi-e lo me than 

weallh unlfdd: 
Withnui farewell, ho fell asleoi>. 
Wilh only inemorks for me to 

keen, 

F have hwt. htil God has galnwl. 
One of Ihe beat the worid con- 
taini>rl; 

Ills faint Ij'sI wish we should 

like lo have hi^artl. 
And bivalhed In his ear one last 
< ivtrtin!- wiml. 

Only thoao who have Jo.si avc 
able lo tell, 

'llxi* naln of Ihe hwut of nol say- 
ing farewell; 

we mo[trn him In Hllenc^e. no 
eyes see us weep 

Hut many a silent tear Is shwl 
while olbii's sleep, 
S;tdly missed and lovln'dv re 

meinhei-e<l by wife, Matilda 

TanBle>', 



■i"'0,oad, the greatest maker of 
film spectacles has earned a rich 
div'dond resplei>dent wilh all the 
vivid color of the cii-cus, spark- 
ling with the tinseled excitement 
of its fahu'ous arena displays, 
and pulsm;; ivilh the vigor and 
movement of the human inacb- 
ino that keeps the Big Top going. 

But 'The Greatest Show On 
Earth" is more than a compelling 
portrait of tb^ bald and strange 
and Joyous thmgs on view be- 
neath the circus' canvas roof. It 
is a sensitive and revealing rec- 
ord of the lives of circus perfor- 
mci-3 and workers— their strength 
and their pride, their courage, 
their passions, their failures and 
their triumphs. 

To stage this immense drama, 
DeMille used the full facilities of 
the Ringling Uros.<Darnum & 
Bailey Circtis and the services 
of some of Hollywood's most lal- 
cnted players. Among tbe stars, 
Betty Elutton is seen as a daring 
aol'taljst: Cornel Wilde plays u 
romantic and reckless trapeze 
performer; Charlton lleston por- 
trays the iron-willed ciix'us boss; 
Dorothy l.ainour takes over the 
rolo of a sultry hula girl: Gloria 
Grahame is cast as a come-bither 
elef}hant girl; and Jamos Stewart 
appears as a bulb-no^ed circus 
clown, 

nealblle Kxellement 

m the Interests of realbtio ex- 
citement, DeMille bad the Holly- 



Cunadlan's personal income tn 
1051 was 18 percent higher than 
in tE)50, 

The Federal government col- 
lects 49 percent of iU vevenue 
from i>ersonal and corjMiration 
income tax. 



Results of the grade Xll! de- 
partmental examinatiotis show 
Kenneth Wheeland on lop with 
five firsts, three seconds, and one 
third class honors in nine papers 
written. Following closely are 
Jack Vance wilh five firsts, two 
seconds, one third and a credit 
and Bill Wilson with four firsts, 
three seconds, one third and a 
credit. Tlie over-all percentage 
pass Is ^^. 

Meaning of symbols is; I (75 - 
100), II <66 - 74), m (60 - 65), 
C (50 - 59). The word "complete'* 
indicates the candidate was suc- 
cesjfttl in all eaminatlons tried. 

--- Blackwell, Mary - Eng. Comp. 
Ill, Eng. Lit. C. History C, Latin 
Auth. C, Latin Comp, C, 

Dunn, Patricia - Eng, Comp, 
in. Eng. Lit. fl History C, Geom. 
C, Botany IH, Zoology II, Chem. 
C, Latin Auth. H, Latin Comp. II, 
(Complete), 

Hanna. Robert - Eng. Comp. Ill, 
Eng, Lit. C, History If, Algebra 
C, Geometry C. Trig. C, Chem. 
C, French Aulh. Ill, French 
Comp. C, (Complete). 

Harrison. Ann - Algebra C, 
Geom. H, French Comp. C. 

Holmes, Auldy - Eng. Lit. Hf, 
Algebra H, Geom. H, Trig. C, 
Chem. in, Latin Authors C, Latin 
Comp. C. 

Huntley, David - Eng. Lit. Hf, 
Geom. I, Botatty I, Zoology I, 
Chem. H (Complete). 

Ingram. Ravmond - Eng. Comp, 
Uf, Eng. Lit. C, Algebra HI, 
Cfcom. 11, Tvi^i, C, Pliysics lU, 
Chem. lir, French Auth. C, 
French Comp. C, (Complete), 

Johnston, Yvimiio - Eng. Comp. 
C, Eng. Lit. H. History III, Bot- 
any C, Zt^olDgy H, Chem. C, 
Latin Auth. C, Latin Comp. C, 
(Complete). 

Mitchell. Joan - Eng. Comp. C, 



Eng. Lit. C, History IH, Bobny 
C, Zoology in, Chem. C, Latin 
Comp, C. 

Morton, Marv - Eng, Comp. HI, 
Eng. Lit, T, Chem, 111. 

Olson, Dcanne - Geom. C, Bot- 
any C, Zoology III, Chem, UL 

Shropshire, John - Eng. Comp. 
H, Eng. Lit, f. Algebra C, Geom. 
HI. Trig. C, Physics C, Chem. C, 
French Auth. H, French Comp. 
C, (Complete). 

Smith, Douglas - Eng, Comp. II, 
Eng. Lit. C, Algebra HI. Geom- 
etry IT, Trig. HI, Physics C, 
Chem. HI, French Auth- C. 
French Comp. C, (Complete). 

Trivotl, Donald - Eng. Comp, 
IIL Eng. Lit. HI, Algebra 11, 
Geon*. C, Tiig, C, Botany II, 
Zoology I, Physics C, Chem. 11, 
(Complete). 

Vance, John - Eng, Comp. L 
Eng. Lit. I, Algebra I, Geom. 11, 
Trig. C, Pliy.ms III. Chem. 11, 
French Auth, 1. French Comp. !, 
(Complete). 

Walt, Barbara - Eng. Comp. IH, 

Wheeland, Kenneth - Eni;. 
[Comp. !, Eng. Lit. I, Algebra I. 
I Geom, H, Trig. HI, Physics H. 
Chem. I, Freneh Auth. I, French 
Comp, 11, (Complete). 

Wilson, William - Ettg, Comp, 
m, Eng, Lit. H, Algebra 1, Ge<im. 
I, Trig. I, Physics 11, Chenv I, 
French Auth. C, French Comp. 
IL (Complete). 



February's precious stone is 
Ihe amelhyst, n clear pijrple, 
which is the symbol of sincerity- 
Annual per capita eonpump- 
tioM of cigarels in C;irwid^i i-^ 1,- 
2i>0. Tlie Britisfi figure is $1,400 
and the U,S. 2,400. 



REMEMBEB 



York County Hospital 

+ ■ ' 

IN FOUR IVILL 



SUTHERLAND'S 
CEMENT BLOCKS 

IJoFul Head, Ontario 

PInin and rock fatro 

Rock face si!o blocks 

W. J. SlfTHERLftND 

Phone Bradford 7Sr2l 




SHOWER RECENT BRIDE 
A miscellaneous shower for 
Mrs, Paul McKcnzie (Marion 
Jefferson), a bride of last n\o[itli, 
was held on Thursday, Aug. 14, 
at ttie home of Mr. ami Mrs. 
James M. Faris, Yonge St. After 
a short prtigmm tlie gifts were 
opened and lunch was served. 
There were 70 frit>nds :ind rela- 
tive.'^ from Newmarket, Glenville 
and Kcttleby present. 



Cesspools & Septic Tanks 
Chemicaily Cleaned 

Camp cesspool and Septic 
Tank c!e,iner eliminates need 
of e.vpcnsfve, unheaUhy, pum* 
ping and digging up of cess- 
pools, septic tanks, seepage 
pouls, etc. No shutdown eith- 
er. Dissolves everything or- 
{;anie from grease lu clulh to 
fibrous tree tools. Results in 
13 lo ZG hours. 

Town & Country 

Equipment & Supply 

\Vm. Ilaanii.'^a, Jr., 

Lake Ave., WItcox I.altc, 

rhoye Turner, 1-1939, 

Richmond Itill. 



Printing is a highly specialized trade! 

A CUSTOMER GETS THE 




EST 




SULTS 



PERCY THOMPSON 
FARM PIX WINNER 

Percy Thompwn was last 
weeh'tf hicky farm owner. Ho 
recngiil/X'd the photo of his farm 

<»n (he Holland l-rmdlnL'-Sharon 
road and wa.>i in the' office Mon- 
day to claim his prlKe, H itifl 
cerUricatcs from the merchants 
s|*onsoring the feature, and a 
larjfc, framed air picture of his 
farm. 

This week'.'i lucky farm photo 
quix U oi^page 13 of ihls isstni 
To claim the ccrUflcates and the 
framed photo, the owner of tho 
f"rm must identify the picture 
Ut the Bra and Kxpress of flea. 

Twa weeks a^jo, Mrs. Rernnrd 
Himllcy was In lo claim the 
cerUficalvs and air picture of the 
Huntley farm on Sutton R. U. 

Charles Goodyear Invented 
vulcanized rubber 




Consult us about 
Youf wedding dress 

DAWSON'S 

Specialty Shoppe 

Opposite the Pest Office 
I'hono 222 - 'Newmarket 



When he brings his order in plenty of 
time for the printer to do the best 

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Doyfflafi tt$n, Stttton West, 10 

Ann Marie SlneUIr, FrankUn, 
Z yearn old on Tttesdayf Aof. 12. 
yean old on Monday^ Aa^. It. 

GSii^ Link, H. R^ 3, NOwr 
marici^i, il2 years old on Moiiday, 

Auffp Ifi, 

June Cccile Raymond, New- 
.tnarket, 9 years old on Monday, 

Marie Ann Pofiff, Mount Al- 
bert, 4 yeara old on aionday, Auff. 

Peter Andrew Watt, Newmar- 
liet, 9 yeare old on Tuesday, Aug. 

KeJsoii Edtt^rd <Tecl) Ion, 
Neivmarket, 9 years old on Tues- 
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Kenneth Robert Prior, New- 
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Violet Le Gresley, R. R. 3, 
Newmarkel, 13 years old on Wed- 
tie^ay, Aug* 20- _ 

Karen Johnston, Newmarkel, 
10 years old on Thursday, Aug. 

John te Gresley, R, R. 3, New- 
market, 7 years old on Thursday. 

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pifw fi*l-'Wirb ri'iobuiij. A>1: your ibuiffeiaL tij.li.y 
t'orii nriil (MIlu* J'layn^tK iviMi I'limyliiuN. 

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pIca^iJiM^i^iJii^ ah.^ of KAI, IM:iMTM?A \n ibo 
moiMiii'.^ iM'foiv bjj.iilifuLL Ami if Lubby or k,h 
arc ftt'lmK !"a^ Mit'i^' *l (ln'y try ^<| Jbj.iitilM, t<ir., 
II H \n;vn n fjiiihfiii fninily Ukuuvq for ovt-r Vj^ 
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— Mr. and Mrs, Ivo Ramm and 
family are spending a week's 
vacation at Wasago Beach, 

—Mr- and Mrs. L, W, Pike and 
family. Carlelon PIace» are spen- 
ding their holidays in Newmar- 
ket and Betiiesda, While here 
they attended the wedding re- 
ception of Mr. and Mrs. W. S, 
Morton at Countsy Acres. 

—Mr. and Mrs. G. S. McRae, 
Walerdown, spent the v/cekend ' 
at the home of Mr. and MrS- 
Milton Morton^ abso visiting Mrs. 
Mcltao's father, Mr, W, E, Mor^ 

ton. They attended the reception 
of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Morton on 

Saturday. 

— Mrs. W. O, Carrulhcrs and 
danghler. Miss Ituby Carruthers, 
have returned from holidaying at 
Nii^sau, Bahamas. 

— Miss Petij-y Ward and Miss 
Elsie Hockley are holidaying this 
v.-eok in PhiludtOphia with the 
iatter's sister, Mrs. Green. They 
art; also visiting Atlanta City, 
K.Y. 

--Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jones, 
Mrs. Hill and Jack, Mr. and Mrs. 
Diive Lyon and David returned 
to their homes in Willowdale on 
Saturday after spending two 
weeks 'ill a cottage on the shore 
of Lake Nipissing, While there 
Mr. and Mrs. Jones and Mr. and 
Mrs. Lyon and David motored 
farther north to Sauit Ste. Mario 
and Smoolhrock Falls. 

— Miss Jean Morton is spend- 
ing a week at the home of Mr, 
and Mrs. G. S. McRae, Water- 
down. 

—Miss Mary Epworth is spend- 
ing her vacation with her bro- 
ther-in-law and sister. Dr. and 
Mrs. J. K. Davis, Buthursl, N.B. 

— .Mrs. K. W. Jones has return- 
ed liome after spending two 
weeks at a cottftge at Brock's 
Beach, Cranswick, with her 
sons'in-lav/ and daughters, Mr, 
and Mrs. Wesley lEohertson, and 
Brian, and Mr. ami Mrs. George 
Cijantler, and Percy. 

— Mr. and Mrs, I'crcy Jones 
ealled on Mr. Jones' mother, Mrs. 
R. W. Jones, on Sunday. 

— Miss Margaret Winler, who 
Is spending the summer at Port 
Carlinj^ spent the weekend with 
bcr parents, Mr. and Mrs, Krnest 
Winter- 
s-Miss Ruth Uenne is home af- 
Ua ,s[j(?ndjog two weeks' vaea- 
lion ill Milford Manor at Milford 
Bay, Muskoka. 

—}^]hy.K':^ Kdith and Margaret 
Moore, of Wasiiinglon, D,C., were 
uue.its at a fiimlly gathering at 
Ibe hojrjo of Mrain F. W. Glover 
bist wcL'k. TJiey also visited 
olher relatives. 

-Mr^. Jean Bebhington and 
Kon John, .Mrs- Sheila Bebhlng- 
biiL and mm Howard and Mrs. 
Diifty Witiiams imd j>on Nevill, 
of Kent, Knjtland, spent Tuesday 
wilb Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Smith. 

-Mr. and Mrs, T. Miller were 
i:u".^ls of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour 
llarpiT, Mount Albert, over the 

— Miss Jean Ito.ne and Mks 
Nniiry Sinchtir ore attending the 
IJnilwi Church Young People'^ 
Conference at Winnipeg this 

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Did you ever think that it might be a good ideii 
if, at thti south end of the pavement on Main Street and 
sny, ut the crest of the hill north, there were huge 
mirrors thnt would let us see ourselves as we walked 
along, 

I often sit for a while in the burned forehead or ear» one ach- 
ieved a frizzy crop that bore as 
much resemblance to the real 

barre! organ to an 



car on Saturday on Main Street, 
while the crowds flick past ex- 
actly like a movie, and humor, j thing as a 
tragedy, love, hate, haste and ; orchestra, 
stolidity are written largtJ on 
people's fat^es. 

But strangely enough, the pre- 
vailing expression is worry. 
People hurry along with a *'do 
or die" expression and truly, 
when one has just laid in the 

week's supply of groceries even 
for a small family, its hard to 
view llie world v/ith the optimism 
one would like. 

Have you ever reahzed how 
truly the faces of the people you 
come in contact with reflect the 
fate you show them. Tve v;atch- 
ed a person who looked at war 
with himself and the world slop 
to talk to someone who looked 
elt^erful un<l often the sud one 
went off with a hit of reflected 
sunshine in his face. 

That's where Ihe mirrors would 
come in — wo*ii "see ourselves 
as others see us" and maybe wipe 
a hit of Ihe disgusted look off 
and put a bit of good will on. 

It's fun to see all the different 
heads and heels. When I was 
very young it would have been 
a hit difficult to tell if a woman 
hud heels. Our dresses swept 

the ground— Iho sidewalks didn't 
need street cleauers — women's 
skirts did the work and the up' 

pers of our shoes were in a per- 
petual stale of greyness from the 

ingrained sand fuid dust, 
NuWi large heels and <small 

heels, bf^re heels and covered 

heels, bare toes with hrillianl 

nails and toes plain white are loo 

much of a common place to be 

remarked unle;^'^ ono is out just 

to watch for the fun of it. And 

heads — unless one was blessed 

with curly hair, one wore it 

severely plain or, with often a 



Now anyone — and that means 
nearly everyone, ean achieve — 
with help — a curly crop that runs 
mother nature such a close sec- 
ond that she must be puzzled as 
lo whieh is which. 

And look at Uie children! 1 
\v«is looking at a tintype of my- 
self and a chum taken when 1 
was about six or seven, I'd say. 
It was tiie middle of summer and 
we had long white stockings and 
buttoned IjooIs and stiff white 
dresses with frills atid sashes and 
dear knows how many stiffly 
,slarchetl petticoats below. Our 
hair was long and straight and 
confined by circular combs and 
wo really thought we were the 
last word in elegance! 

Now sun suits, shorts, slacks 

or dresses that give ihe minimum 

of discouifort are the order of 

the day. 
One sees the lillle group of 

friends who, in their pleasure ut 
meeliuf;, forget the general pub- 
lie and ahnust entirely fill a shop 
doorway where you would fain 
enter, or leave you lo walk out 
on the pavement to jiass 



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dian» settle the Ameiican prcsi- 
denliiil eltHrlion — and also Cea- 
oral KLsenhower! .One lieais a 
bit of a iectuie to a wayward off- 
sprinii and oiio .sees boneymoouT 

ers K<*ii^(; happily by hand in 
InintI, oblivlDus to the smdes 
which follow thorn. 

Uh it's a iHOving picture, all 
ri«hl, but I sim think Uie mir- 
rors would improve the alnios- 
plu^^ro — wo'd realise how much 
iH-ltor a smile is tliun a frown or 
worried expression. Don't mistake 
ino — I would not hnve you grin 
liko a Ciicwiiire eat but 1 lliluk 
we all could look pleasant. 
Trade Fulr 

I know lliis will be well writ- 
ton up~il baa licen already — 
but rd like to add my two cents' 
worlb. 

Wiiatiitruek ine when we. went 
down the stair into the arena waa 
the intorioi-'s rt^Aomblancc lo 
what I'd imuKlned an Kasiern 
ItaKaar mij^hl he like. The small 
b(H>th.s sitio by side wUh tlielr 
display of sueii a variety of 
gdods. We didn't dare loak much 
at liie cum for that would have 
[nude us break the lOlii foin- 
jiinndment> but we enjoyed see- 
ing; Ihiw tar c»rs had con\e fi"om 

early day. 
Tiie ^ililierim- iewellory, lovoly 

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insluiincnlrf, dit-.ss goods, thapes, 
wall paiKr, flmvcr-s, dresses and 
fiu,<. leiuvision, L'Vfiy device a 
housewife could wish for, 

Tiiere waa rto irnwh to seo and 
over all was the soft light and 
the sound of nnisli;. Ono realis- 
es what our shoix^i have as we 
cannot do from juat seeing show 
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Top notch pitchMg and^i|Ti^^d£p"c3fcfi5Bg"1i^ hecessafy ^ri- 
gredlonts for winnlnij soUbaTl titles, Zephyr Blues, Ihree-time 
winners in the Lake Simcoe SoftbalJ League, have been getting 
both from their ballerymen, ). to r, BUI Thornlow, Ron Kcsler, 

Carl "Johnny" Meyers, Ron Kesler is the mainstay of Ehe pitching 
corps Dut If ne- should weaken, which isn't likely, Coach Ches Lun- 
iM?y will huve another trump card to throw at the opposition in 
newcomer Bill 'Diornlow-. Photo by Haskett 



Three teams, bantam^ midget 

and intermediate, will carry the 

Newmarket banner in the O.B.A. 
playdowns this season. The Op- 
timist sponsored trantams are 

Prst to get their marching or- 
ders; they've drawn Port Hope 
as first round opposition. 

The first game of the series 
was to be played in Port Hope 

\asi night Second game !a the 
best of three scries la scheduled 

for the fair grounds Saturday 

afternoon, Aug. 23, at 3 p.m. 

The loeal bantams have chalked 
] np a handsome lO-win, t-loss 
record In North York league 
competition and club officials 
forsee a banner O.BJV. year. All 
that is needed to put tliese yonng 
ball hawks into the finals is some 
honest to goodness fan support- 
Lowell Waller's Little Giant 
midgets haven't received advice 
regarding their first opponents. 
It sjiould be forthcoming this 
week, Hcdmen intermediates 
are scheduled to kick off their 
O.B.A- season Aug. 30. Opposi- 
tion hasn't been named as yet. It 
could be either Collingwood or 
Midland. Geo, Haskett is O. B. 
A_ convener for this district- 



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W L Pis 

Queen City Stor, 8 3 18 

Ditch Diggers ft 3 16 

Rockets -4 6 & 

CiWI Service I Q 2 

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Series A _ .. , V,W .-L «« 

NewTnarket ;■ ■ - ', ^ ■- 0-. - 4 

EvereltM^U' 2 

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Series B . , W L Pta 

AlUston ; = ;:■ 2 ,0 4 

Beeton -^ 2 

<Alilsfon wins series 2-0) 

N. Y, MIDGET BASEBALL 

(Round-Robin play-offs) 

W L T Pts 

Newmarket 1 I ^ ^ -4 

Aurora 112 4 

Kich. Hill 2 3 4 

N, Y. BANTAM BASEBALL 

(Round-Robin play-ol^fs) 

._ . W L Pts 

Newmarket 1 _0 Z 

Aurora -01 

Richmond Hill ft- 

LAKE SIMCOE SOFTBALL 

{Aug. 18, 1952) 

Series A, W L Pts 

Mount Albert "3 I 4 

Keswick . ' _ 1 2 2 



Series B W L Pta 

Zephyr '^204 

QucensvillQ 2 

(Zephyr wins series 2-0) 
Series C W L Pla 

Pine Orchard 2 14 

Willow Beach 1, 2 2 

(Pine Orchard = winsseries 2-1) 
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B. Townsley (Hoff) 28 13 464 
M- Smith (T-B) 44 10 432 

D, Burch (Spec) 
N, Ash (Spts) 
H, Gibney (Spts) 
T. Mosier (Spec) 
B. Cook (Spec) 

D. Smith (T-B) 
J. McTavish (T-B) 
J. Hugo (Spec) _ 
W. VanZant (Hoff) 40 13 283 
F. Dillman (Hoff) 43 12 279 
H, LaPlante (T-B) 33 9 273 

E. Broughion (T-B) 27 7 259 
A. McKnighl (Spls) 31 8 258 
D. Gibson (Hoff) 33 8 242 



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25 10 4(K) 

29 11 379 

54 18 333 

54 18 333 

27 9 333 

42 13 310 

34 10 294 



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a fourth straight Lake Simcoe SoftbaJl League title, boast a strong, 
Amooth working infield. Here they arc, L to r. Harry Hawse, first 
base; Ches Lunncy, second base; Stan Ltinney, second base; Ken 

Pickering, third base; Alan Lockie, shorl-slop. Blues have two 

more rivers to cross before claiming the Stan Cook Trophy. They 

meet Pine Orchard in the serai-final set with the first game at 

Zephyr tonight (Thursday). It they come Ihrough that one they'll 

go against the survivors of Mount Albert - Keswick feud. 

Photo fay Haskett 



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King City will meet either 

Hockwood or Eden MiIJs in (he 
first round of ihe intermediate 
B Onlano Rural Softball league 
playdowns. reports Bruce Hall, 
Peel-York Softball League sec- 
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Arrangements for the best 



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two-of-three series are expected 
to bo completed within the next 
day or two. Three other teams 
from the Peel-Votk circuit are 
entered in the O.R.SA. play- 
do\vns. Kettleby Jets, with an 
intermediate C 'rating, have 
drawn AlJlton FfeighLs as first 
round opposition. Game one m 
this series will be played under 
the Schomberg lighu Friday, 
Aug, 22, at 8 p.m. 

!lumber Summit, season -long 

leaders in the Peel-York loop, 

are selteduled to tackle Cooks- 

ville in the senior 0,n.S-A. first 

round and Bolton will clash with 

Haliburton in intermediate A, 



due to difFicult5- in getting play^ 
ers off work for long trips and 
the lengthy season involved. 
Slouffville are not as strong as 
last year when they lost a tough 
series to Waterdown, Sunder- 
i land will represent the western 
Tri-Counly sector, being classed 
as ''C". Sutton Green Sox arcr 
still favored to annex the bunt- 
ing again as George llDlhom is 
pitching terrific ball, 
I Speaking of hurlers, it's intcr- 
iesting to note that Iflgli-POGkets 
Miller, former StouffvJlle hurler, 
is doing right well in class "D" 
pro, having racked-up 10 wins 
so far for the DeLand. a Florida 

team. Miller, who answers to 

the moiiiker "Stanley", recctvcd 

quite a bit of tutoring from 

Earl Cook who retired from 
mound duties this year. 

It's just 20 yeais ago Ihat 

Ban. Howley speared Cook 

from the amateur ranks at To- 
ronto Willowdale park, and 
'The Lemonville Farmer" last- 
ed in the monied circles for 13 
years. Played with Leafs, Beau- 
mont, Detroit, Cinclnnatti, Port- 

,Iand, Buffalo and Syracuse, 

'among others. 



Joe Fleury were teammates* 
Giff sends regards to all the lads 
at Ne\\Tnarket- "Molly", BiU 
Epworth, Dick Hugo, Ted Robin- 
son end the gang will well re- 
member him. -.Hv- 

Regret to announce the death 
of a contemporary baseballer of 
those days, the late Joe Kentner 
of Acton, Joe. who played many 
years with Afilton, and against 
Newmarket and Stouffville, died 
at the age of 44 of a heart ail- 
ment, . He- was also a clever 
hockey, player, 

Qood-lacb in his new news- 
paper venture io Claude Kewley, 
the one-man band of hockey, 
Claude has broken away from 
the Etobicoke Press and started 
his own weekly, ^orts will get 
a break out tliat way. 

Alarhham MlHjo&nires, or at 

least a team by that name^ play- 
ing ai either East York or Scar- 

boro arena, featuring one or two 

ex-Markios, may return to the 

hockey wars. The Moneyinen 
would still be a power at.tho 
ijato, Stotiffvllle CUppcrs have 
kepi together with some parlies 
this summer and I hey open their 
_, , . campaign with a monster bingo 

Itoy Ciffor«i, another baseball- at StouffviUc arena on Saturday 
cr of better than average class, j Sept. G. All welcome. ^ 
Was in Auiora last week froani Play-offs going red' hot right 
New York Slate» renewing ac-Jnow» 'Hiornliill, featuring mil 
ciuainlonces. Itoy is as dapper llowen are battling it out with 
as ever and it's a matter of . the defending chamm from Biit- 
around 19 years since he shook lonville who have Nermie Stwn- 
tho dust of Aurora park from hiSMlen and Jack Ruhinby pitching 
■cleats. Girford was n great alU with Bert Baker back of the 
round performer, playing equal, plate in one section of the Mark- 
ly well at third, outfield, or be*, ham township league. Markham. 
hind the plate. | with ace hurler Peggy O'Nell in 

As a kid, he broke mto b.'»se- \ top form, and Moo Pclch and 
ball when Atirora had a wiiming Hob Pcteh busline the fences, 
Tci-Counly learn of 'Dooley" are locked with Claremont wiio 
Butler, Het- Gordon, ilarry King, 
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derhiJl, "Whifr Robinson, Phil 
Overend (lirolher Pliillip of De 
l-a Sjdle), Pol Parkins, Glen 
Brown^ Percy Devins, Al Kent, 
with the late Dn Cliff. Devins, 
and Aicx Kirkwood in charge. 

When that team broke up, he 
was the backTxme of the teams 
of the Jale 20's and early 30*s, 
inclu<fing the late Theo Hale, 
Charlie Nuughlon, yours truly, 
Wilf. Oram, Earl Browning. WiU 
kio Fleury, Les Kay, Buck 
llaycs, George Jiggins, F- r j c 
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ger, Husty White, Herb Sharp- 
less, Al. McNab, Harry Squibb, 
Bill Fiikin, among others. Was 
a good hockey player too, al- 
thoujih not inclined to mix it. 
Played on Aurom Juniors of 
l!Ki3 who W071 Metropolitan hon- 
ors. 

Let's see now. Aub- Floury, 
George Edwards (Schomberg). 



feature IJoyd Paseoe on the 
mound. The wiseacres are call- 
ing Buttonvillc to finally be de- 
throned. 

We rate the Markham league 
as the fastest softball circuit 
around these parts. Another 
year, an intcr-locking schedule 
with the Lake Simcoe circuit 
would bo of Interest. 

It's Cookslown vs Bradford for 
the South Simcoe honors. Harry 
Couse versus Stove Simone. 
Kclto Collitigs is playing great 
ball behind the plate. Ceilings 
will be a candidate for the Spit- 
fires if he doesn't get a move 
by his bank employers- 
Further north, Angus and Bar- 
rle Legion are meeting in the 
Centre Simcoe finals. Angus has 
Jimmy Kose, formerly of New- 
market, holding down on out- 
field berth. Don. McAfaster, 
former Midhurst player, well- 
known in these Yorks, Is hurling 
for Angus. Ron Kyle, former 



Aurora high and King City ath- 
lele, who served in World War 
2 with the R.aA.F., is now sta- 
tioned in with the 426 Squadron 
in West Germany, 

A masked marvel will shortly 
be introduced by the Red Gar- 
ner players. Tim boys are be- 
ginning to do ell right for them- 
selves with Stouffville arena 
added to the circuit. New faces 
or old oriea behind masks are a 
must for = the grapplers. - 

Seems like old times to see 
Oonk Grainger iKiek in action on 
the diamond. Doing a good job 
as coach of the Richmond Hill 
midget club and son Lloyd 
Grainger is oho of the best 
youngsters in the groUp— a chip 
Off the old block. Re;. Hamil- 
ton, well knbwii in these parts 
for his connection with Chicago 

Hawks, then the Leafs, aside 

from his record as a player^ has 

quit hoeXcy to concentrate on 

his private business. Reg. will 

be in tlie business end of T,V. 
Ho coached the Marlboros last 
season and snared Bobby Forhan 
from Aurora Bears. Bob will 
soon be taking off for St. Mi- 
chael'^ College. 

This lad .Bob Fallis whom 
jAndy CIoss hag feigned for the 
Bears, looks like n real prospect 
I He's a triple-threat kid as he's 
playing both softbail and la- 
crosse this summer for Bradford 
and all his mates say he*s bet- 
ter at hockey than in either of 
these games where he holds his 
own with no trouble. John 
Slnarl, former Aurora boy whose 
jhorses have not entered the win- 
[ning circle \-ery often this sea^ 
I son, lost a promising Iwo-ycar- 
;old Barbara Joan last week. The 
^ filly suffered lockjaw, and had to 
be shot. by the vet. 

No axe to srlnil with anyone 
but the Stouffville arena finan- 
cial statement for the past sea* 
.son is mighty interesting read* 
ing. Tile gross take was over 
$35,000, with the Clippers pull* 
ing in close to $15,000 and re- 
ceiving back some $9,300 for 
their cut. Hockey practices 
grossed $4,300, and T.H.L. fees 
came to $3,400. Public skating 
brought in $2,181, We think 
tha-:e figures can't be equalled 
Or even closely mot l^ at least 
four district artificial ice pianta 

The municipality received S3,- 
772.85 for lights and water and 
taxes. Company figures indi- 
cate a net profit of over $30.- 
000.00 in three years and the 
mortgage reduced to less than 
$10,000,00 This is a private en- 
terprise of course, but the mu- 
nicipality's needs are well look- 
c<l after as welh The Stouff^ 
ville figures on all scores are 
something to sliool at. 



M19 uMksniDwn 

Schomberg White Sox won 
their second straight York-Sim- 

coe Ladies' Softball League 

title Monday, defeating Bceton 

11-8 in Schomberg in the fifth 

and deciding game of the 

league's final series. 

A last of the seventh, two-on 
homer by catcher Peggy Ellison 
with the score tied 8-all furnish- 
ed Schomberg with the win and 
championship. 

The Schomberg 'lassies' gave 
their home clients heart failure 
in the early rounds. Mario 
Marchant, Sehomberg's ace hur- 
ler, set Beeton down on five 
hits, but ran into a flare of wild- 
ness in the fifth, walking in 
three runs and allowing Beeton 
three of their t'lxe hits. This tu- 
multuous innings gave Beeton 
six runs and the invaders went 
into the final innings protecting 
an 8-0 advantage. 

That slate of affairs didn't last 
long, Marian Dove got a life 
on an infield error. Lorn a 
Brown followed with a single 
and Gladys Edwards and Mari- 
lyn Campbell promptly singled 
their mates home with Ihe lying 
runs. Peggy Ellison socked the 
game wiiming circuit smash. 
That blow was Peggy's third hit 
of the game as she led the win- 
ners at the plate. Catcher Jean 
McKelvey stroked out three hits 
to provide the Beeton" sock 
powei, 

Ray Rogers, York-Simcoe 

league secretary, presented the 

league trophy to the Schomberg 
champs after the game. 

Schomberg; Golda Aitcheson 
ss, Marie Marchant p, Marian 
&ove If, Peggy Ellison c, Ann 
Sheardown cf, Verna Hamilton 
rf, Lorna Brown 3b, Gladys Ed- 
wards 2b, Marilyn Campbell lb 

Beeton: J, McKelvey, R, Sun- 
nerton, E. Corbett, D. Yeaman 
A- Rutledge, J, Crocker, M. 
Dermott, a Speck, S. Stewart 



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HMk«y nuLktt its d«but in the 
iport liaet with an early note 
from the Sl^tfire front. Harty 
Ifforrison baa been named &fl 
coach of the 1H2-53 Spitfire edi* 
tion. Host Newmarket fans will 
remember Morrison as an OJLA, 
referee- 
Spitfire executive at m gather- 
ing last, week decided to stick 
with their. intermediate A status 
and will ilkel? make the nor- 
thern Irek against Collingwood, 
Midland and Orillia, Arena 
manager Stan. Smith maUes it 
official that the hockey aeawn 
Isn't far off with the announce- 
ment th!s week that tfi^ sub- 
scribers tickets will go on sale 
the first week in September. 
Over 400 subscriber^ tickets 

were sold for the regula^f sea^a 
last winter. They'll gd dii a 

first-come, first-served basis, 
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MfNfdTonty 

Five teams have filed entries 
(or the Keswick Sports Day soft- 
bali tournament, says convener 
Ken. Hodgins. They are Zephyr, 
Keswick, WilJow Beach, Mount 
Albert and Rne Orctiard, Con- 
vener Hodgins reports there's 
room for one more team, '^We'H 
take one from the Newmarket 
town league if they want to-come 
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. Tonrnameht. play gets imder- 
way at 2 p.m. The date is Sat^ 
urday, Aug. 23- Games wi^lbe 
played on Keswick's new- sport' 
field to the rear of th> arefi?i» 
end should give the liew.Rcmie 
of Softball in Keswick a milliDO 
dollar send off. 



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There is no joy in Keswick. 
Mount Albeit has. sent Tommy 
Hare's mJj^ty^swat platoon to 
the deep frjeie. They follow 
Willow Beach down the trail to 
oblivjon: Three teams are left 
In the Simcoe race, Mount Albert, 
Zephyr and.I?lne On!hBrd.^ :_■ 

Latter palTv open; si b^t of tliree 
send-fmai^^nj^i in Belies camp 
witb rffie. aeiionJ gairte::at Piiie; 
Orchard iM^i^^y. ; SiirviVor yfiU 
Wrestle, the Mount f of. the Stan 
Cook mug. ." [1.^;^ 

Three ac(Jonfui_ games/over the 
pa^t week^ . Pine^ Orchard earned 
a shot at Zeph^ in the semis by 
dropping. Willow Beach 12 •10 
Moriday/it| the' tblrd and dccid-^ 
ing game of their. series. Beach 
CO uldn*t stand prosperity. A five- 
riin . fifth -frame : flare-up sent 
them liiio the seventh protecting 
ah 8 - 7 edge. . Then it happened. 
Pine Orchard erupted for five 
runs to make H an even dozen. 
Beach attempted a last desperate 
bid - it got them two runs - but 
fell two short of the tying tallies. 

Both teams were teeing off 

against Cec. XlcNeill and Ted 
Tidman, : Alyiii Peggt Lome 
Shropshire and Roy-Eves show- 
ered otit three hits each, "Howie 
Ash poked out ' a base circler. 
Don Trivelt. and Norm Powell 
rated the slde-ltne cheers for 
their solid socking. Ted Ander- 
son supplied tlie Beaches' long 
hit, a triple, ;' . . . 

Tuesday Mount Albert won 

4 - 3 to eliminate Keswick. What 

a ball game that was. Tension 

rodo on every pilch. Here^s the 

last of seventh picture. It was 

Ihree all. Two wercout. Bob 

Badger, who walked to start the 

Mo unties' last batting, was poised 

at third. Kelly Case was the 

hitter- Kelly leaned Into a Hor- 

old Smith outside pitch and the 

apple rode into right center. 

Claude Pollock almost had it but 

no, It was a hit. Mount wins the 

game and scries, three games, to 
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one." 

Teams went throe frames with- 
out cracking the goose egg. They 
swapped single luns in the fourth 
as Tom Hare's single gave Kes- 
wick their first. Doug Simpson 
and Kelly Case paired singles for 
Mounlies' run. They went for 
two each in the fifth. Eddie 
Chadwick's triple did the trick 
for Kesv/ick. Doug Simpson's 
single rode two Mounties home. 
Ken Mitchell and Harold Smith 
each allowed six hits. Srattty 
v;hiffed ten, Mitch four. Moun- 
tles" three slars are Kelly CasOt 
Ken Mitchell and Doug Simpson- 
Keswick stars are Eddie Cli ad- 
wick and Harold Smitli. iton 
Rowe, Ken Hodgins tdonbJe), 
Eddie Chiidwick, Tommy Hare 
and Harold Smith collected Ke.^- 
wick .safeties, Doug Simpson 
and Kelly Case s p a r k ed the 
.Mounliea with Iwo each. Bat- 
tery men Hob Badger and Ken 
Milchell tagged one each. 

Mount toppled Keawick 11-5 
Friday to lake a 2 - 1 edije in 
the series, Charlie Green's two- 



SIMCOE FLAmoWNS 

Three teams remain ia the 
hunt for the Lake Stineoe 
SortbaB Lcaffiw title and the 
§lan Cook Tiophj. IbyOl 

.^wk If^ l^rine ffr^^ 
iirGh and^s£a^ after l^^k-' 
ing off Willow Beach, nAw 
iiE|y<^ a fo at Chea. Liuuiey*s 
Zephyr .Blues in the aemi- 
flnii niiind. Game one in 
ttielr best oftbree set is sche- 
doled fat" the Zephyr Park, 
tonight ' (Thursday), Wbile 

it's 'dot delixUte, the teams 
wili. UJEelj sninc over to the 
Pihe . brc6ard : diamond^ Mon- 
day for game two- i^' the 
other semi-final -bracket 
Mount Ajbert took Geswicic . 
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HASHMAN AWARD 

Mhch Hever Cave Up 

Tonr ttohman amrd boanl had tn f o Into extra innings 
to pkfc this week's Haitman and Mqxj Theatre pass award 
winner. Believe mc, It wasn't cosy to arrive at a decision, 
espMially in the face ef some of the siq^ennan efforts limied 
Jn aroond tlie Hub and distrtet nmshball and baseball diamonds. 

' -A^^rpibij^et w^ np no matter what the score, 

never knows when beV It^ed; b onr kind of hall player. 
That type of player Is seldom beaten. Bdt ishonld be lose, you'U 
see hira llrst over to offe^ tlie rtad hand to tbe winners. 

= JTtaVs Just the kind of Player we^re naming this week. 
It's Keii "Red" Mitchelfp Modnt Albert's veicran faurleh A 
good many fans said Kesfrick wonld base hit Mount to death. 
They dldnt because Ken Milcfaeil wouldht let theni. When 
things looked blackest Mitch pitched Ws bc0, lliai is'wtiy 
Mount Albert and not Keswick made the Lake Shrieoe finals. 
So we're saying well done <'autch" - hope you're around for 
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Kelly Ca^e headed the slick 
parade with a double and single 
followed by. Dave Couch with a 
pair of. singles. Elmo Paisley. 

starred in the outfield, robbing 
Keswick of several siire hits. 
Bob Pollock and Claude PoUock 
with two hits each and Harold 
Smith and Tom Hare with one 
apiece were Keswick successful 

seekers; .'. ■ 

Alt, Albert: D. Coiich, B. Bad- 
ger, C. Green, L/ Rutiedge^ H, 




Ne\vTnarket Redmen got good 
hitting Tuesday but they didn't 
eet clutch hitUng and thai tells 
the story of thoir 8-4 licking in 

Alliston Tuesday- 

That loss put the Redmen a 
game, down in the best of five 
South Simcoe baseball league 
finals- Redmen will try lo 
even it here Friday. 

Redmen oiitsocked Alliston 
11-6 but ran plumb out of base 
hits with runners on the base- 
ways. They left li stranded. 
Twice, in the fourth, and fifth 



Waifs, D_ Sitnpson, K, Case, E. h^^^ V^^ Redmen trailing 5-3 by 



Paisley, K, Mitchell, A, Gibney, 
G. Green, 

Keswick: R..Coimell, B. Rowe, 
B. Pollock, K, Hodgins, E. Chad- 
wick, T, Hare, C, Pollock, A. 
Smith, H, Smith, 



this time, they populated the 
sacks and out of it got only one 
run,.. A couple of solid base 
knocks at the. right point could 
have won the game. 

Redmen started like world 
beaters. They cashed three runs 
in the lead innings. Bill Grant, 
Don. Gibson, Jerry Hugo, Wilf 
Elsby, Junmy Cook and Cliff 



Bantams Tie P(Ht Hope 

Newmai^et Optimist banlams G„nn siart'iiig rhV"scodng TJall 
ailc thcir_1952 O.B.A. Uobui on rolling with consecutive hits. 




At Home Friday 

Newmarket Redmen basebal! 
tribe are down a game in their 

best of five final series with Al- 
liston, . Ybii can road . elsewhere 
how it happened. 

Hack Cain's platoon will have 
their big opportunity'' to gel re- 
venge and lake the lead in the 
series with the next two games 
scheduled for the fair grounds. 
AllisfDu will be here tomorrow. 



Newmarket ladies got off to a 
heart-break start in their search 
of P.W.S.U, honors by dropping a 
1 4-3 decision to Bowmanville 
Pepsis at the fair grounds Wed- 
nesday. Now the VanZant- 
Ruthven company must make a 
back- to- the- wall fight Saturday 
andtake two games to slay alive. 
Don't sell 'em short-^-lhey can do 

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-Wednesday's loss was a bitter 
pill to swallow, especially asthe 
invaders . cashed in their win- 
ning hand.on unearned runs. Lo- 
cal : sunshine soakers, figured 
Dame. Fortune had done her 
worst as Bowmanville went up 
3-0 on three unearned tallies. 
But no, there was a furlhef 
bundle of* sadness in store for 
them as the visitors plated the 
winner— it was 3-all by. this 
linie ~- with another unearned 
run in the top of the ninth. 
Betwjjct those two sad events, 

the locals rose up to score the 
tying runs in the sixth, ^ 

Jean MacDonald and Phyl_ 
Mclnnis paired singles (o start 
our tying rally moving. Those 

(W^ along with Shirley Wilson 
were our lop hilsmilhs. Phyl. 
gol throe, Joan and Shirley two 
each. Bowmahville outhit us 
9-7. At that. Sarah Barradell, 
Coach : VanZant's pitching sel- 
ectee, could have scraped 








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Newmarket senior ladies have 
a heavy schedule ahead of them 
over the next week. Tonight at - 
the fair grounds, they'll play-" 
host to Barrie in a Barrie i Dis--- 
trlct league semi-final coated. 
Game.. time , is. 7 p.m. Return : 
game will be played at Barrier 
Tuesday, : Aug. 26. .•-. .._ -->^= 

Final standing in the Barrie JSe-'^ 
District league showed Barrio-V 
on top,- Midland second, New- 
market third aiid Stayner fourth: 
Newmarket and. Barrie meet in 
one bracket of. the semis and 
Midland and Stayner in other 
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L^cai' ladies, willalso have P. 
W- S. U< playdown games on 
their hands this. week. Bou-man- 
ville is the oj^praition. First 
game of the series was schedul- 
ed for the fair grounds last night 
Second -game wiU he played in 
Bowmaaville Saturday, Aug. 23. 
at 3 p.m.. If a third game is re- 
quired, it will also be p];iyed in 
Bowmanville Saturday evenine 
at 7 pjn. 



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through with a win with lighter i**'" "^'^ Batrte& district semis. 



fielding support, . Locals 



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Friday, for game two and the '"'"'^ ^'^<^ costly, errors— two of 
" " ' " 'nem coming in the fateful ninth. 

Fielding highlights were fur- 
nished by Terry Reid In left 
field, and Barbara Watt with 
some slick first basing. 



Bartie ys Newtnarhel; 7 pjn, S- 



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Wednesday in; J*ort Hoiw, They 
<li<ln't win but did the liext best 
thing, tying Port Hope 7-7. 
Game two goes ai the Fair 
Grounds at 3 on Saturday after' 
noon. Optimists appeared shoo 
ins wilh a 74 lead going in the 
fifth, thanks to Jack Caig's fire 
bail pitching and ready bal sup- 
port from Willie Wilson, Pat 
Ewing, Don Thoms, BillForhan 
and Brian .Million. 

Jack .Cain .was In pecks of 
trouble, in the fifth and before 
Coach Lowell WalJei: coiild get 
Don Thorns in there io snuff out 
the fire/ Ports had rallieil for 
five nins. I^orts ticti it wlHi a 
last of the seventh inn off rclief- 
en' Don Thorns- 

NcMmaikcl: W. Cain, J. Cain, 
D. Zogalo, D, Thorns, W. Forban, 
W. Wilson, P. LViufi, B. Million, 
P, l-cwis, IX Lewis. 



Town Series Open 

Town league semi-finals will 

aUnl Monday at the fair grounds. 

Bracket one will match Thomp- 

^oTi'Bell vs Hoffman, Sporls- 

Cytle iTiachine will meet Office 

Specially- Both scis will be 

scllled on a best two out of 

,- , , ... , -_ three icisis. SecoEid games will 

Ur^i frame trn»le and Ken |,^. ,^,.^j ^^ Wetlnesday. 

Mitchells bases loaded three First gnme of the donble^heatl- 



AUistdn weren't impressed. 
They sliot right back wilh a five- 
run outburst against Ken, 
Broughton. The Redmen help- 
ed to make it a rugged session 
for our winniugest pitcher . by 
committing a couple of costly 
*'roeks". 

After that piece of misfortune, 
Broughton settled away to pitch 
thiec-hit ball but Alliston, hear- 
ing and heeding opportunity's 
knock, plated single runs in 
liio fourth, fiflh and sixth to put 
the insurance runs in the killy. 
Hack Cain's pinch hit double jn 
tlic fifth chalked up the Ited- 
men's fourth counter, 
.Ted Bailey worked five on the 
Alliston hill. Ho was no puzzle 
for the Re<imen as Don. Gibson, 
Jerry Hugo, WilL Elsby and 
Jim Cook speared a pair each, 
but the Alliston right haiider 
had enough left in the pinches 
lo work his way out of trouble. 
Kcitli Chandler came in'in relief 
in the fifth to complele Allis- 
.lon's pitching stint. 

TURAN LOST TO DIGGERS 

Mici:ey Sutton and his Aurora 
Ditch Diggers will have to 
worry alony without the ser- 
vices of liieir star center fielder, 
Bob Turan, for the balance of 



third game, while not definitely 
set as yet, will likely be aired 
here next Tuesday. Both gaines 
are scheduled to start at 7 p,m, 
sharp. 

Alliston and Newmarket are 
closely matched. The games 
should provide tJie best baseball 
fare of the season, and the larg- 
est crowd of the year is expected 
lo cram the bleachers. 



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Declare Tennis Champs 

Newmarket and district singles 
tennis championships. which 
were in progress all of last week 
at the local courts, wound up on 
Friday evening. The event, the 
first of its kind staged in this 
ciislrict since tiie war years, 
drew 16. ladies and 20 men. It 
was conducted on a round-robin 



Form Boxing Club 

Newmarket Boxing Club. 
Never hoard of it, you say? You 
will before long. Several Hub 
mittmen are presently in the 
process of forming a boxing 
club. Tliey've got as fair as ar- 
ranging for a gym to work out. 
If. you're interested in the fight 
game and want to get in on the 
ground floor, contati Bill Ban- 
nister for details. His phone 
number is H1J23. Tlie club 
plans to stage a boxing show in 
about two months and following 
that, will seek oufside bonis wilh 



men. 



basis with each player moeling Barrie or Toronto ainatcur" ring' 

the other at least once, Keilh 

Davis wore the men's single 
crown at the conclusion of FVi- 
day\s activity defeating Charlie 
Loo in straight sets G-3, 6-2. 
Joan Peppiatt won . the ladies' 
singles title, defeating Margaret 
Davis C-2. 3-G fi-4 



Little Giants Meet HitI 



series 



S. diamond, North Torit bantant - 
league play-off, Richmond lliii^ 
\s Newmarket; 8,45 pjn., Ncw^^ ■ 
market.arenaV pro wrestling; fi^ '■ 
pm, Aurora park, town Icagufc; 
Ctvfl Service vs Queen City 
Storage; 7 pjn.. Lake Shnc«* 
league scml-flnals, Vmc Orchard 
at Zephyr, 

Aug- 23, 7 p-nL, fair grounds, 
hardball, South Simcoe finals 
f2nd game), Alliston vs New- 
matkel; 7 p.m., Lako Simcoe 
league semi-finals. Mount. Al- 
bert vs Keswick (5th giune it 
necessary); 8J3 pj^^^ Sehoife" %^ 

Milton llelghU vs Kettleby. 

Aug. 23, 3 p.m., lair gtoiinds, ■ 
U,B,A, bantam playclowns, Pof^ 
liopo vs Neu-markel Opiimists; 
3 p.m», Keswick park, Kes\iick's 
Sports Day softball toumament; 

Newmarket at Bowmanville, ■ ' *' 

Auff- 25, 7 pjn„ Aurora iKirfr, 
North York bantam playoff, 
Richmond Hill vs Aurora; 7 p, 
m.. Lake Simeoe semi-Hnali 
Zephyr at Pine Orchanl- 

hardball, South Simeoe league 

fmals ard game), Alliston vs 

be^ Newmarkcl; 7 p.m^ Aurora park. 






The rnund-rohm 
tweon Newmarkcl. Richmond *«wn t«ifiue. Queen CitV'sio^ce 

Hill nnrt AiiT-rti-i nAh»i..,i„ J *__■ Vv Hal ^ilin*..*.. n^'. ■ > * ^ ^ 



baKs<^r in !ht fifth put ihe Moun- 
lie.s in ^iil- to win, as tht^y dii^ In 
f<ir thrte in fir.st ami four in the 
fiflh. Keswick plated tliree In 



the Aurora Town League soiisom 

Bob fractured his ankle while at 

er kicks off at 7.15 sharp^ second I work l^st week. It was a tough 



3-Man Team Match 

Take heed, wrestling fans, 
Donl come lo the arena tonight 
unless youVe Imd your ticker 
toKtod lately. If you do, and 
yoirro not prepared for big do- 
ings, you're likely to conk out 
in the midst of toniabt's Uiree- 
man loam match that will pro- 
vide the feature attraction. 



vs DeLalTaye-s Rockcli; 7 p,« 
Oarrfe & Dlslriet ladies, s^^ 
finals, Newmarket vs Barrie; 7 



] nut and Aurora concluded Insl 
week was supt)nsed to prodirce a 
North York Midsot baseball 

league champion but diduH. Thoi'';'?'- ^»»rth York bantam ptivl 
three evenly matched sides, after ™\ ««*"narkct at Richmond 
playing their homo and home sot, , ''™ 
ended in n three-way deadlock. ! ^ ^^^v^' » P-""*/ Neinnarkei 



further playoff ac- 
a league chnmpidh 



Tliat means 
lion before 
can ho declared. 

Leagtie officials Monday decid- 
ed to send Lowell Waller*s New- 



er Aurora tennis courts, NoHh 
I otk tennis league finab. 



It promises to set a new high Xh ^L Pir n -"^'^"'f ''^^'^"'! 
in dynamics with Ihe team of ^^^^^'^^^"^ , 'V" '»i a home and 



game at 8.30. Prcdictioa'; and 
threats i.'^suing from the four 
Cciinps indicate town league fol- 



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the fiflt] hut couldn't do much lowers urc in for some cxcite- 
wjlh Kon Milcheil's six lilt pil-imenl next week. Upsets can be 
chins.. Harold Smith gave up'expected. Don't miss the fun. 



blow as Bob was the main cog 
in liie outfield defence and has 
brought the town league follow- 
ers to their feet with several 
"out of this world" catches this 
season. 



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Gori Mangotieh, Baron von Sie- 
ber and Tom Sullivan colliding 
hoad on with the ^'peerless 
threesome" of Red Garner, Bill 
Chibine and Farmer Norm. The 
bout goes to a finisii and two 
referees will oversee the tioavy 
ring traffic. That eould moan, 
arid judging from the recent tag 
team ma»ch^ will mean . eight 
men in the ring at onco intent on 
tearing somebody loose from 
their bridge work. 

Two top - notch supporting 
houls wilt complete the show, 
Alex Jenson of Hamilton, hook- 
ing and slicing with Jimmy 
Kioetchcr, the Aurora bulldog, 
in the initial romp. In the semi- 
final session,- Jack Diamond, 
Canadian middleweight crown 
[holder, will tangle wilh Antonio 
nocci. First bout is scheduled 
to start at 8,-!5 p.m. 



Pin-Ups Ties Series 



Newmarket Pin-ups and. Kes- 
wick are tied at a game each in 
Ihe. l^he Simcoe Junior Ladies' 
Softball -league semis. The two 



home semi-final series. Winner 
of the Ncwmarket-Kiehmond Hill 
set will then tatkle Frod WilKon's 
Aui-ora Legion Midgets for the 
league title. 

Theix- will he a slight delay 
before Hichmond Hill and New- 
market get their semi-final series 
underway. as Itichmand Hill are 
presently engaged in 0,B.A. play 
with Stouffville. 



Bantams Win Opener 

Newmarket's super - charged 
Optimist bantams, boasting a 
10-win, 1-ioss record over, the 
season, cleaned up on Bill Mun- 
dell's Aurora Rotary 12-3 at 
the fair grounds Thursday in 
the opening game of a round- 
robin series designed to produce 
a. North York baseball league 
titleholder. lUchmond Hill, Au^ 
rora and Newmarket are partici- 
pants in the round -robin. 

A five-run second innings ex- 
plosions in which Don. Zogalo*s 



Million and Bill Cain were the 

, , „ ,. , ,^ , . .tii^' blows, spliced wilh a neat 

teams pned the hd off on their foiir-iul nitching job by Don. 
best of five series Mmiday m Thoihs, put the locals in line to 



Rockeh Take XTvilV 7 4 

. Exploding in the thiH and 
sixth frames for three runs in 
each DeLallaye's - Rockets trip- , 

pcd the cellar dwellinff Civil Ser- ^ 
vice 7 ^ 4 -mursday In an Aurora 

Town League contest. The win 
pulled the Itockets up a iioich 
closer to the tied loop leading 
Ditch Diggera and Queen Citv 
Storage- 
Aurora town league followers 
applauded the earV run prodi^c- 

a"M ^^^^^^^ of I>oug Richardson, 
Alf Chdds, PaulKnowlcs and 
John O'Mahoney ds the Rocket^ 
men leapett. into a 4 - lead 
Wif White, Servicemen's hit Iea<I- 
cr with three, and Ron Brown 
found the range on Dong Ilich- 
arjlson in the bottom of the fifth 
to touch off a three-run rMv 
and make it n hew ball gaiiu* 
at 1 - 3. ;_ . 

Hockelmcn blaste*i off with 
their second three- run innings in 
the sixth on hits by Dave t'ergii<- 
on, Henry Ford and Bobbs C>!ok 
to sew np the decision. ,. ,- ^ ■ 

Doiig Huhaidjion packed lip the ; 
pitching decision over Hctt Craig 
as the Scrviccinen sJiowcil signs 

tomen> 



Keswick. Keswick jumpc<l off 
with a five-run firsl innings ef- 

iforl and stayed ahead to cidlccl 

;au 8-3 win. 

Tuesday, |>laying hea<ls-iip 
ball afield and drawing on a 
staunch pitching Iry from Un- 



ello Poilnm, Pin-ups conked double and single to pace Ncw^ 



double and ^^inyles by Urian of making it lie i for all 

from here mi in_ . . . .. _ 

Rockets: A. Childs, P. l^owies, 
IL Clubino, J, O'Mahohey, nl 
Cali,>, D- Ferguson, G. BKvardi% 
n. Furd, ^\ Bpwdcry, B, Ctujk, V. 
Richai-il^on. -- " . 

Civil Service: T,: Sultoh, 
Hammond, H. Craig, J, Gicerf 
siade, G. Itet* IL BeamUh, 
Soulhwiiod, W. White, a Coat<^ 
Kh Brown. 



snap up the win. Aurora har- 
vested Ihree runs in the lead inn- 
ings on an error and singles by 
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rell |*itt:he<t sleadily and rcceiv- backed his pHehing trv with a 
cd anu'ln Ml suppoit from Kay triple. Bin Wiay doubIe<l and 
Peters, Clraeo l*eters, Bev. lieu- jjerh. McKon/ic, Butt Suiton and 
ton. Rtdh Voik an.l Uuth Mary.jjibk Bmoks shi«lod lo provido 
Petcis. Mndeno Martin, Joan Aurora's phUe i^wer. 
Qnnm and DeUy MeArlhur tee<l j t>on. Thorns chdincd seven 
off with a pidr of solid hits ' 
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In: the Tuesday i^ffjur, the optimisfs. Kcturn game^at Au-lMJHion, D. Thorns. 

Pih-uixs:,. trailing -l-O. ."Started on . : 

thL^ way back with five runs in 
the ihlrd, counted two m the 
fomlh anil filed. Ihe wjnning 
hat<.-h of thr^o runs hi. the fifths 

Ge<j. Wnlt's new catfhiug find, 
Lsobcl Kogors, and outfielder 
Helen Tennant held high, hit 
marks for the Pin-ups. 'Kay 
niceuiiin iin'kud Keswick to 
iik'i'p with a fine seventh frame 
relief cfforl to proleil LorelUi 
Foihnn's pilchin^ Irlnniph, 
OviWG Curtis and Kay Polei-s 
levflk'd off with three hils each 
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KoiTt'rs, H. Tonnaiil. G. Wood- 
house, P. Qninn, M. Martin, R 
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Quinn, M. t^e, IX McCJralh. 

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Mr. utd Mrs. Fred Grtat u>d 
dttUhlcr, of OrJlIU, were Sunday 
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Mr. and Mrs, T, A. M- Huiw 
will be fucvtft ctf the CuudJan 
National EnhJbitJon on. Warriors 
day. Mr Hulse will attend the 
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and Mtj. Hulae wiU aho attend 
the tea fiven by I^csident and 
Mfs. J. A. Korthey. 

Hr. T A. M. IluUe took the 
salute at the annual drumhead 
service of DUtrkt "F' Lerfon- 
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A. regular mooting of the town council was heltl 
on Monday night, August 18, with Mayor Rose in the 
chair and all members present. Lasting from 8 o'clock 
until ten minutes past midnight, tt proved to be the 
longest session of councilhcid this year. The amount 

of business transacted was not, however, in proportion 

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There was a letter from Mrs. 
Crysdale, of Kennedy St, Weal, 
drawing uttcntioti to a number 
ol apple and mapio trees on the 
cast side of (he Crysdale pro- 
perty and which were likely to 
be uprooted in consequence, of 
adjacent street extension,' 

In the course of her . letter, 
appeaUn^ to council to lake 
some steps to save the trees; 
Mrs. Crysdale pointed out thnt 
33 feet of Crysdute land had 
been soldi to the town for the 
nominal sum of $1. It was 
claimed that the land was now 

worth $13 per foot, 
: It was, however, the ameni- 
ties of the locality thai the let- 
ter pleaded to preserve, and 
when the mutter was raised at 
a later stage .of council proceed- 
ings, it was resolved to leave it 
with the streets commUtee 
(Deputy-Keevc Murray and 
Councillors Davis and Murray), 
with full authority to make a 
decision on behalf of councih 
Nursery School 

Mrs. Latry Uubin, aetinu for a 
delegation, made representations 
on behalf of a Nursery school 
that had been operating for the 
past two years, and requested 
the use of a room at the old town 
hall. Mrt. Hubin effectively 
outlined the merits of such a 

nursery school. 

After some discussion, a mo- 
tion by Councillor Corbett. 
and seconded by Councillor 
Jones, was adopted to the effect 
that a room be provided for the 
Nursery school, subject to suit- 
able fire equipment being In- 
stalled. 
Municipal Heard Approval 

A letter from the town so- 
JicHor was read, hidicating that 
the recent additional grant of 
$35,000 for publiL- school rebuild- 
ing purposes h'nil been apjfrovcti. 

A motion by CounciUor 
Tucker, seconded by CouEicilloc 
Corbel!, was carried, authorizing 
the sale of $235,000 debonlures, 
represenlini; the total grant to 
liie public school for rebuilding 
and rcmodellin(; purposes. 
Meier Kevenue 

Hteve Cook, chairman of the 
finance coiornilleo, presoiiled a 
report in Uie cour.se of v/hicii il 
was pointed out that the net 
revenue received from Ihe me- 
U;rs for Uic lov//i Kince Iheir in- 
stsilhUioM, approximately 10 
months a^^o, atjtountcrl Ici $2,201, 
ComervaUoii AulhorUy 

Former member of council, 
Mr, Harold Fringle, Ihc town 
reproKenlHtivo on the Holland 
Valley ConservJdion Autiiority, 
appeared for a rloiejiaUon which 
inclurJed Mr Jy^rne Kvaos and 
Mr. K. H, Clarke. 

Mr. I'nngle brii.'ily indicated 
Iho work of the Authority, Ho 
litated that map^had been pub- 
lished for ilislribulion.Jn sehiNils, 
with the object of Inducinfj pu- 
pils to become conservation-con- 
.sciouH. He said that a pond on 
the new Slater Aub^UvJjiion could 
be developed, to the great ad- 
vantage of the district. 

Mr. f^>rno Kvnns outlined use- 
ful work that had been carried 
out in WJiilchurch township, 
where a dozen farmers had iKf- 
come interested En the putting In 
of i>ond'!, lie recommended that 
tfje town of Aurora could most 
Ui^erully actpJire two or three 
ar;tcH of land and put In the pond 



Camidian^ Ixjught 28,970 tele. 
vision KotH during the first 10 
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the value r^f jfoodii and ROrvlces 
during ]lir>l totalled $21,200,000,- 
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Meet Your Fricadn At The 

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to which . Mr. Pringle had re- 
ferred. 

Mr. Clarke supported the ob- 
servations made, saying that a 
pond would add to the amenities 
of the district. 

. Reeve Cook said he had found 
Mr, Slater very co-operative- 
Councillor Murray said that 
members of council should go 
down and look the property 
over, so thai they would know 
what they were talking abouL 
It was finally resolved to ob- 
tain a surveyor's report so that 
eauncil could . give further 
thought, to the matter. 
New Subdivisions 

Councillor Tucker, for the 
planning board, submitted plans 
for two new subdivisions, name- 
ly, on behalf of Mr. Slater and 
Mr. Senutovlch. ^ ^ 

Deputy -Reeve Murray once 
again raised the question of an 
appropriate by-law -covering 
costs in relation to new subdi- 
visions. 

Councillor Murray exprcssetl 
the opinion that until such a by- 
law was in force no new sub- 
divisions should be approved. 
He protested that council was 
acting in too much of a hurry. 

After much discussion the 
Slater plans were referred back 
to the planning board. 

On a motion by Councillor 
Tucker, seconded by Councillor 
Kinfj, the new Senulovich sub- 
division on ' Kennedy St. and 
George was approved, with 
Councillor.'; Davi.s and Murray 
opposing. 
/Didng By-Law " 

Councillor Tucker repf>rted 
that the amended zoning by-law 
was now almost ready to be 
again presented to council, and 
IriiKlod that it v/ouhl be care- 
fully studied in committee by all 
members of council. 
Iteport on Arcn;t 

Councillor Corl>ett. chairman 
of the properly committee, said 
ho had met with liie arena bi^ard 
in answer to their rc<iuctit to <lo 
so. He was, he salcf, Ilic nnly 
member of his committee to turn 
up (other members of the pro- 
jjcrty committee are Deputy- 
Heeve Murray and Councillor 
1 Davis). 

Mr. Corbett .'{aid Ihey had in- 
j^pectcd what he described as 
*'lhe notorious eiisl end of the 
rink/' pointing out that Iho arena 
board was asking for a retain- 
inii wall to Iw built, at the ex- 
pense of the town. 

In his opinion, atxid Councillor 
Corbett, it was how far too late 
In the year to consider under- 
taking such work, assuming that 
the rink should resume activi- 
ties by OcIoUt 1, The arena 
bonnl.aLso wanted drainage In- 
stalled. 

"if the board had made these 
fjuggestions in the early spring," 
said Mr. Corbett, "something 
niljiht have been done' about 
them. At tlds time of the year 
U was far too late to undertake 
such work.'* 

Reeve Cook, who attended the 
meeting, said it wa.** major work. 
He. had \\o clear, idea how. much 
the work might cost. It might 
run from $20,000 lo oven ihOfiOO, 

Ffu iliscnsslon took place on 
CoiliK-illor Corbett's report and 
the mutter was dropped. 
$S,000 Crant 

Acknowletlgmenl was made by 
the reeve of the grant of $5,000 
received; from, tho Agricultural 
depfirtment of the provincial 
govern men t» which Councillor 
Murray had personally appHed 
for, for the arena. 
Uy-Laiv.l'assed 

Councillor King introduced a 
by-law covering tho instsdtation 

of 5fmHary sewers which had 
been petUioncd for on Kennedy 
SI. Dr, C. n. Boulding and Dr, 
K. J. Hendec^on .-^at in through 
lh« protracted debate preceding 
the p^iSHhig of tho by-law and 
taking part in the diKcus.'don. 

Council re.<io1ved to. adverlise 
fOr tenders for thci work ef con- 
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.Mr. Jack Mnaten appeared be* 
forocfluncil to rcque,st that his 
re:;ignatiah nH a inunicipnt om- 
pioyetv |>e ])(>cej>tod. Mr. Maafen 
»aid h'\n health had not liecn Ho^^d 
rccfnlly fuid he had found U ad- 
visable In Kceure tighter work, 

-' Council cxpres-^ed regret at 
rc^tlgnallon of thoir employe**, 
and on n motion by Councillor 
Davis, seco ruled l>y Councillor 
Murray, agreed to pay Mr. 
Maaten one week's wages as a 
tribute to his servico to the 
town. 
Council adlciurncd at ,12^10 



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An Aurora business man who has been a car'owner 

for several j'cai"s, and has an absolutely clean record^ 

was i-elurning home from Toronto a few weeks ago 

when he was bumped into by a truck driver. The - 

impatt tor^ away a fender and damaged tho car door. 

it was an almost new car and the cost of repairs . 
amounted to about §70, The cause of the accident was 
an improper right turn by the truck driver- 

Tlie owner of the car pays a heavy annual Insur- 
ance premium and has done so during all the years he 
has been driving, lie effected the insurance as a matter 
of common sense, for his own protection and for. the 
protection of others. What about the truck driver? 
He had no insurance. He rolls around the counti^side 
willy-nilly. If all goes weli, then all goes well. If all 
doosa*t go well then somebody else must bear the brunt 
of his irresponsibilities, '. .. ' 

Such a situation is not fair to thousands of car 
owners who take their responsibilities seriously. . A 
car can be a mighty dangerous instrument. In the 
hands of those. who take no tliought for othei^s it can 
prove a mighty expensive business when accidents, 
occur and there is no insurance to cover them. 

It is plain common sense that no one should be 
permitted to drive a car who doesn't carry insurance. 
If they cannot afford insurance then they cannot afford 
a car. In the case we are speaking of the car owner 
could get no satisfaction from the ti^ck driver. So 
the car owner was advised to issue a writ to get redress 
and tiie case has still to be heard. 

Before a barber can cut your hair he must have a li- 
cence. It is compulsory. Is compulsion less nocossaiy for 
truck and ear drivers u s i n g the highways without 
in.suiance of any kind? Common sense says *'No", 

TO THE DOGHOUSE! 

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Once or twice we have been asked if we consider 
il ''good form" to criticize the Banner? Our answer 
is that we consider it good form to criUci/.e the Banner, 
or any other mouthpiece of opinion, that seems to us 
lo be prejudicial to the town our newspaijor serves; tho 
town in which we live anci work and pay rent and taxes, 

Tiic Banner, under its new management, has often 
attacked us. We do not mind how often the Banner 
atlaekH us. We ask for no quarter from it and will 
assure<Uy give none. We can lake care of ourselves. 
Our opinion is that the Banner, under its new manage^ 
ment, has not proved a good infhicnco on the public 
opinion of Aurora. That is our opinion and we have 
no he.sitalion in sa>'ing so. 

l,ast week's issue provided an example of what a 
local ncwsi>ni>er should not be. It reported a §5,000 
grant to the arena but did not tell its readers that the 
grant was obtained through tho pei-aomd appeal of 
Councillor Jim Murray, It reported that the Itccrea- 
llon CommisKioji has secured an instructor for figure 
skating classes at the rink. But it did not toll its readers 
that the man who secured the instructor was the same 
Mr, Murray, and that the same Mi\ ilunay obtained 
(>0 free passes for children to attend the liall game at 
the Maple Leaf sladinm, etc, etc- 

We would report our strongest opponunls and have 
done so in the past, Oouncilh»r Murray corrected the 
Banner becan^se It niisrepresenled him, Kgad, that was 
insubordination, Sir! So Murray is in the Banner dog- 
liouse. There must be no mention of his name or his 
services lo Aurora, Such appears lo be the Banner's 
standard of fair play and honest re|)orling, 

KEEPING A PROMISE 



There are few things that burn us up more easily 
than an unkept promiKO or appouitment. If wo say 
that we will be at a cci^lain place at a cerlain time \vo 
will do everything huiiianly possible lo fulfil our 
undcrlaking. Yet there are iwople who treat promises 
so lightly that when they are i-ominded of non-fulfihucnt 
they blandly rejdy; "Sorry, I forgot all about it." 
Sometimes they are not even good-ma nnei-ed enough 
to remember to say "Sorry", 

Some time back we recall a member of the town 
council standing in the doorway of tho Hess drug store, 
hisKing and fuming and giving way to some unparlia- 
mentary expressions. When we ivmonstrated w^ith him 
ho i-eplicd: "Wouldn't yon fuel the ,^nnio way if you 
arranged a niueting with members at yourconunitteo 
for 8 oVIock antl they hadn't shown U|> by H-SOr' Just 
as ho Kpoke the dellmtuonls made an appearance at 
the doiir of the to^'u hall ftud the justly irate chairman 

crossed over to them. 

That miLst havo been osceplioaal,: for the town 

council reconl for punctuality i-s excellent. It is not 
often that council meetings arc. behind tlio schcdidcd 
slarting lunir at 8 o'clock, . Ami in any case our remarks 
were not inlcndcd lo apply to members of cimncik We 
wei-o thinking of tlie code of good man tiers in a broad 
aniiffcnora! sense, -:;:.>/ : 

' - Wo know a man who \mi a KOod job for which he 
had jippllctl for tiio reason that he was five minutes 
hUe for the appointment for an interview. He would 
have gotten the position had ho been imnctual; but his 
IHJlontia! emjjloycr AVgucd^ UuU. if he coiddn't kcejii the 
first appointmoji^i^i^a^ M^n^iifR^ "ot keep other 
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leauty Of Countryside Seen 
On Trip To Musselman's Laite; 

One day last week, at the invitation of a friend, 

we drove to Musselman's lake and enjoyed very much -. 

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write we shall remember for 
the simple pleasure it provided; 
the countryside, : the. sunliaht 
glinling on sloe k(^ grain, cattle 
grazini; in lush verdure, fine 
homesteads here and Ihcre, and 
barns that betokened the mim- 
bor one iiiduitry of Canada: " 
There is a groat deal . to see 
in the countryside for those who 
have eyes lo sec witht and al- 
ways providing that one is seat- 
ed in. a car which bt being driv- 
en at a speed whii^li enahles iho 
would'fae ^ightscLT to witness 
nature^ elaborate panorama^ 

There w-rs one Httle pastoral 
scene which caught our eye, ro- 
mlndiitg us of a dr,iwlng by Con< 
stable, the English artist who 
really loved such quiet rural 
scenes. The scone was of cattle 
standing under the shndc of a 
tree, with rolling woodland and 
clumps of biisikVvoDd for a back- 
ground. Whether such a simple 
situation would have arrested 
the eye of a present-day Cana- 
dian artist is problematical. 

Tho vogue in present-day art 
appears mainly to be concerned 
with daubs of color thrown 
at a canvass, le;iving the specta- 
tor to guess whether the result 
is meant to be a camel in re- 
pose, a fish that suggests a for- 
mer member of a town council, 
or Kipling's female, a "rag and 
a bone and a hank of hair," 
There is no knowing what the 
modern artist is alter, once he is 
let loose with a bnu^h and a pot 
of paint. 

Mussolman's l^ake 

Our driver kept away from 
the" main roads and we saw few 
cars. Narrow roads these were 
that reminded mr of the treed 
grooves of Old Kn gland. We 
missed, of eourao, llie Knglish 
hedges which are a familiar fea- 
ture of farm lands in the Old 
Country, 

We had arrived at Mussel- 
nian's hike and almost clrclcil 
it. to find ourselves at tho sum- 
mit of our surroundings.. We 
got out of the car, by Cedar 
Beachj and looked down on Ihc 
guttering spectacle of water, in 
which visitors were enjoying 
Iheinselves, On this ideal sum^ 
mer*s day the little lake. looked 
entrancing and the beach itself 
suggested a gootl second for 
the real thing by the seaside. 
Ti\c many visitors in evidence 
appeared to be of a similar 
mind. 

Cedar Beach has a diving- 
board, an altrat-tive dance-hall 
aiul commodious restaurant, and 
a fine adjoining park as an ad- 
dition to its amenities. Its ele^ 
vated situation provides^ a mag- 
nificent view of the lake^ bathed 
as it was on the day of our visit 
in brilliant sun.<;hine^ 

Cuckoos In Canada 

On the return journey conver- 
sation turned to the birds of 
Canada and reference was made 
to a p^istoral poem that appear- 
ed in a recent issue of the Era 
and Express by its brilliant con- 
tributor, MrK. Isabel IngUs Col- 
villc. in which mention was 
made of the cuckoo. 

Wo have never heard the 
voice of the cuckoo in Canada 
and have thought, that thU mi- 
grant predatory bird sought 
other summer climes than those 
of North America. It did af- 
for<l ot>porlunUy| however, for 
comment on Mrs.. ColvUle's col- 
umn, *"The Common . Round'*, 
which we greatly enjoy. Tiie 
Hra and Express Is fortunate in 
having several excellent women 
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Cardoii tlolhlaylns 

For real relaxation, peace of 
mind and 1>ahn for the soul, gK'e 
us a day in the garden, especial- 
ly at this time of year when the 
tiard work U over and on!y the 
harvesting of produce and clean- 
Ing-up remains -to be done. 

liast week we had a glorious 
half-dji)' spent in this manner, 
under a burning ,sun. Noel Cow- 
ard oru-e wrote thid "only mad 
dogs and Rnglishmen go out in 
the nooadaj' sun,** But to keep 
tlio record straight, Mr. Coward 
was referring to the South Pa- 
cific, not the Norl^ American 

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Wo went Into the fiurdeu.,soon 
after lunch niul sla>'Cd there un- 
til around nine o'clock, with 
brief interruptions for after- 
noon tea and supper,' Wo grab- 
bwl at every, llttlo job within 
sight, smoked and perspired, and 
when it was timo finally to go 
indoors we wont to bet! and 
slept soundly. 

A garden L*5 full of^. myslcry 
and mngle and weeds also. 
There la a bug for every voj-o- 
table, just as there is a critic 
for every plan of every town 
councillor, liol us hero put in 
a plug for a cabl>age protective 
which we have used for years 
with tho greatest aucces,s. You 
can gel it from your druggist 
or hardware merchant. Tlie 
name is Atox. 

We can Iniasl of cabbages 
that gleam like pearls, their 
silvery heoda undamaged by the 
spawn of Uio raping white but- 
terfly. Dust your young cab- 
bages with the Atox mixture 



and they will be. Ihc envy of 
those who have not yet learnci] 
the Use of that potent insecti- 
cide. '. For humnns it Ls a guar- 
anteed non-poisonons product of 
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Cleaning ami Trimming 

Our job last week was tnainly 
cleaning and trimming. Our 50 
by 20 vegetable patch, pins a 
li.ttle corner, is enough for our 
Lime and muscle. In it we have 
grow'n a couple of do/on varie- 
ties of ^vegetables, including lo^ 

matoes, if the latter are vege- 
tables or fruits? .-::■. _. 
We have somelhind growing 
at the bottom of the garden 
which ha^-- greatly pu?aled 
friends and callers, including 
our near- neighbor, tJie veteran 
professor, lawyer and scientific 
gardener, Mr, George Young, 
who some years . ago was at 
school with Canada's former, 
prime minister, Macken:&1e King, 
"What have you there?'* Mr, 
Yotmg asked. us one day as he 
looked at a tall hedge of vigor* 
ous pi ant -leaf growth. "Atti- 
ciiokes,*' we replied. "Arti- 
chokes, artichokes never heard 
of them." We wonder if any 
garden in Aurora other than 
ours contains artichokes? 

Head encased in a Chet, Os- 
borne dollar straw hat, we toil- 
ed away under the lovely Aug- 
ust sun, trimming e<Iges and 
pallis, and, later, mowing and 
rolling Ihem^ we removed the 
last suckers from slaked toma" 
to vines and later dusted them 
with a mixture which came 
from Jim Wihon's hardware 
store* a pcevcutative against the 
tomato bug.^; the sun went down 
ami the dew came up; Ihe dew. 
that poet John Keats described 
thos: "The evening dews thai 
make the morning preciou?^" 

AUogether, U was a lovely 
haif-dai'*s holiday. 

The Davis Anniversary 

Mr. and Mrs. F, C. Davis, who 
lately celebrated their golden 
wedding anniversary, received 
ahout three hundred guests for 
their notable occasion, over 200 
of whom signe<l the goMon b(*ok 
of memory. They came from 
distant parts of the United 
States as well as from various 
points in Canada- We wisli Mr 
and Mrs. Davis good Itcalth and 
many more celebrations of their 
wedding anniversary. 

Why? - 

Wliy is it necessary for the 
po.^t office to af^x its st,i]np 
right in tiie centre of a beauti- 
ful picture post-card? A l>eau- 
tiful view from Kawartha lake 
district was utterly ruined by 
such a stamp being hiiprinted 
right in Uie centre of a lovely 
lake sunset. There was the 
lovely ,scone; and there the 
£^1amp "Aurora" and date dis- 
figiuing it, K regulations com- 
pel such disfigurements, then 
regulations should, forthw^ith he 
civilised? !■ - ". * <-'•• 

And Why the NoUc? 

Complaints reach; us from 
near residents at . the tenm.'^ 
courts -that they sometimes can- 
not get to sleep near midnight 
becaie^e of the loud noises eman- 
ating from a few teen-^gers who 
are over-vocifcroiis at their 
games. It is a pUy that such 
complaints should arise, for we 
have been stout supporters of the 
tennUi club. The ctnirls are in 
a. hollow and .exul>eranl com- 
ments carry far towartls the 
dead of night. We feel sure 
<iur note will be Iiecde<l, 

Other complaints h,ive been 
heard of. daytime screaming 
children on Spruce and Fleury- 
We're sorry; but we can't con- 
trol tiie children, Pareidal con- 
trol coil Id, however, cure the 
nerve* dbirupting vocal orgies. 

King's Lo«lge, Mindcn 

Wo had a call from our good 
friend, Mr. S. C, King, the other 
day. He reports a biu^y season 
at his property. King's lodge, 
nnd 12 cabins, at Minden In HaU- 
burlon county, where he has 
golf, boating, fishing nnd dane^ 
jng and all summer amenities. 
Mr. and Mrs. Illlyd Harris and 
family. Mr. and Mr.s. Orcen nnd 
family. Mr, anrl Mrs. J, MaeKen* 
vie,, and Mr, and Mr,-;, H, A, 
Swit/er, all from Aurora, have 
ix^cently been at King's lotlge. 



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, -v/The histoiy of meters in Aurora has jn-ovided an 
intei-estiiig story. The stoiy is now reaching its climax. 
The climax will be almost as exciting as a detective 
stoiy. Nine men m council (if thej' are all present) 
will unfold the climax on the evening. of September S, 

', Wg hope they will eU be pi-esent But none can be sure 

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As mailers stand at present,. Getting Things Stralglit 

here, in our opinion, is how thej How did Ihc meters get into 
members of council would vote. Aurora? That is an interesting 
We exclude Mayor Rose from our question, and there are several 
calcuiaiions for the good reason answers to it. The most im- 



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Dhibilion.anflMyearirsEQinjIo 

be Ibo ttieee^l m^I (hrillin; ev«( 

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displays and E;hiUhdCan3cl3'$3g/kullLral ■ '" . 

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MaralhwiSwim,.Jheaieamiri£fi.C.Af,jeliiaMefi.Yo'j'lljriarv&UM!ieh^iidreiiQf 
w<)nJerful e/^ibih. Itie ^amwws faihiw Sho-^rt, DtnH nu'-s "Cif.i'Ja's Yeaf" at 
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thai v.e have never heard, him 
express an opinion on meters. He 
may be for them, or against 
them, we cannot say. 

We think Councillors Corbetl, 
Davis, Jones, Murray and Tuck- 
er %'.'ould vote for the rernoval of 
the meters. Unless he changes 
his mind again, we think Reeve 
Cook will vote for theJr reten- 
tion. Deputy-reeve Murray and 
Counciilor King njighl vote with 
the reeve, September . 8 wiU 
give their answer, if both are 
present at the time of decision. 
The Banner **Sur\'ej" 

Last v;eek the sn^lier period- 
ical came out with a great flour- 
Ishof headlines, indicating that 
there was a majority of mer- 
chants in favor of retaining the 
meters. The headlines were so 
big and varied that it reminded 
one of Monday washing-day, with 
garments of all sizes hanging out 
on the line to dry. A Banner 
headline reads: "1\ For— 13 
Against — fl No Opinion/' 
- Headlines are often mislead- 
ing. Sometimes Ihey are kites 
in the v/ind. In any case the 
^'survey" undertaken by the 
smaller periodical was cockeyed. 
We know of merchants who are 
oppfjscd to the meters who were 
never iriterviewc-d by the Ban- 
ner 'Vjrveyor/' Had these mer- 
chants hcc-n "surveyed" the 
Banner hulance in favor of met- 
ers v/ould have hetn altered. 

You can never oe <|uite cer- 
tain on any Banner ^tand. By 
omitting imjiortanl delaJU in it's 
reports it often gives false ijn- 
pressJon^, V/hen its manuije- 
mcnl prcsJJmably nuriies a 
grudge it o;nits namci from re- 
ports. V/e have drav/n atton- 
lion to tht=-:e omi^sioii.4 in the 
case of Councillor Munvjy, in an 
editorial In this isiuc-. \n il^ 
counciJ report of iaj^l v/eck it 
did not Itil it:; rt-aders that 
Councillors Jones and Kin^ vot- 
ed agajrisi spt-ndiri'^ $225. on th-j 
fire chief's allendante at the 
firemen's convention at S:iint 
John. 

Wliether they v/ere right or 
wron]; in voting against such an 
expense, v/hich Hteve Cook and 
other memheis of council opp<js- 



porlanl answer is that meters 

came to Aurora because of the 

failure of the police committee, 

under the chairmanship of lhe,_ -,, . , ^, 

former mavor, to enforce street !^*^^"^^*"^ ^^^^ charge of\the 

parking regulations. If the "^°^"^"g ^"'^ evenmg services at 



Mr- and Mrs. James Marshall 
left last Saturday for a two 
weeks* vacation at Cobourg. 

Mrs. Neilly of Ottawa is visit- 
ing Mr. and Mrs_ Fraak Hughes. 

Mrs. Dugald Mclntyre and Dr- 
Marjory of Toronto, Mrs_ Hum- 
phrey of Kansas City, and ^tr• 
and Mrs. K. Hunter of Chicago 
were guests. last week of Mr. and 
Mrs, W. b, Mclntyre. 

George Halely of Eaton Hall 
Farm and Hema Marshall, Ket^ 
lleby, will be guests of the C R 
E- directors at the Canadian Na- 
tional Exhibition on Warriors* 
Day- 'They-wiU represent Au- 
rora high, school. 

At" the mixed bowling tourna- 
ment hold on Tuesday evening, 
Aug. 12, the following were prize 
winners:. Geo. Patlondon (skip), 
Mary Fierhellor, Herb. Thomp- 
son; Cliff Barnardo (skip). Roy 
Fierheiler, Nellie Caulfietd; 
Bill Morris (skip), Edith Cop- 
land, Bill . Mathewson. 

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police had been given unrestrict- 
ed authority to enforce the ex- 
isting street parking regulations 
the question of meters would 
never have arisen. 

Cars standing on the Main St. 
for day-long periods exasperated 
merchants who wore victimized 
by these gratuitous encumbrances 
in front of their stores. Lacking 
definite authority to pul a stick- 
er on their windshield, the police 
were powerless- 

. Suddenly upon the scene came 
one Mr, Hoffman, This gentle- 
man did not use a car nor own 
a store which could be incon- 
venienced by the parking of 
someone else's vehicle. Yet he 
campaigned for signatures in 
favor of meters with an energy 
similar to that v/hich he applied 
later in support of liquor and 
beer outlets, while at the same 
time ho announced through the 
Banner that he was a teetotaler. 
This evangolistfc enthusiasm for 
causes in which tire participant 
professed to have no personal or 
direct interest was an interest- 
ing parado.x. 



the Baptist church on Sunday. 
Rev. McFarland will take over 
his new duties in the Baptist 
church on the first Sunday in 
September- 
Mrs. Harry Bassett of Midland 
spent the weekend with her par- 
ents» Mr. and Mrs. John Walker- 
Rev. Bruce Undcrhill weH take 



the United church and Mr^. Ken- 
neth Rutherford of Toronto will 
be the soloist, 

"Be sure to attend the pie and 
ice cream social at St, Andrew's 
hall on Saturday afternoon frOm 
3 to 9 p.m, ^ 

There was a tine display of 
gladioli at the annual show held 
in the United church on Satur- 
day afternoon and evening, 
sponsored by the Horticulture 
Society. .,, . . 

Mr- and Mrs. Charles Copland 
an<l family are holidaying at 
their summer cottage at Lake 

St George. 

Mr, and Mrs, Harold Oliver of 
Toronto spent the weekend wilb 
Mr. and Mrs, T, H. OHveiT 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grant and 
daughter Phyllis of Or illia visit- 
ed on Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. 
EarlFoster. "^ ■ 

Aurora R.B.P., iOGI, celebrat- 
ed in Gravenhurst on Saturday, 
Aug. Ifi, when Simcoc Coimtv 
was fully represented. Tlie cliiof 
spcikker was the Rev. A. R. 
Downer, M.P.P,, Simcoe-Duf- 
ferin. A large number of ladies 
were present at the celebrations. 

MLss Bloience Latham Is va- 
cationing at King's Lodge, 
Mountain Lake, Haliburlon, 

(Mrs. Roy Fierhelier, social 
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AURORA OLD'TIMER 

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Frank Smith Dies In Hospital 

One of Aurora's most iiopular old-timers, Fnuik J. 
Smith, died on Saturday moruine, Au^st U>, at the 
Toronto ifeiieral hospital, tic had not been ia good 
health for ahiiost a year, following the shock of the 
sadden dcalli of his son, Cyril, at Sydney, N,S., ia Oeto^ 
ber of hfcst yean Me had hceu at the Toronto ireiieral 
hospital for the past three wuelis. 

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ors for meters v/ere CK-mayor 
BeJl and ex-councillor Mrs. Kiel- 
ding. 

^Mayor's Vole lice ides 

On Juiy 3, 1951, a motion for 
a by-lav/ authorizing the instal- 
iation of meters in Aurora was 
pasiicd by the mayor's caKlin^i 
vole, fofir members of coiiiicil 
voliiig for Uie affinr*atlve and 
four ag^iirj^t- A pelilion op^jos- 
ing met<.'fs vjna, hov/ever. inlro- 
ductd at founciJ, The ]<+;j<ior for 
t]|e oppf>iiUon war; Mr. Jim V/il- 
iiOJi. V/JK-n il VM:; pro^enti?d Mf. 
Jack IJov/^tr came v/itb a fow 
>,upportor:i v/hfi f-ivorod iiieK'rH. 

An aji^ijjiienlive battle oiL^ned 
belwtt-n Mr. Wilson and Mr, 
Ilov/ser, with oieinheri of the 
countil Ji.'^t'.'nirjg in us uu iuui'i- 
t?ntc. Mi, liov/^c-r i*vil up ^ojiie 
rjfjv/erfui pleadings for Jnet<--fs; 
Mr. V/ilsuii counlvred v/ith op- 



ed, while Jiilcr voting for i\, the position .-.rgumeot-^ not less pov^- 



stand of Coonciliors Jones and 
King in liie final vote should 
have hcfrn -state/J, in fairness lo 
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ii-rful. C*jijjicji v;jis impressed 
and it v/is decided iu httUl n pidj- 
lie oi*:eljj]y in the oid town \ui\\. 
The njt-eting was duly h*dd and 
u/Ji^ allentled hy ^jn i*noinioi*s 
i?i-*iv/fi nuiobenog exactly T.i. 

'i'he a/ofcroenli'ined Mr. Ifoff- 
njan •/jua jireaont, arguijii; tlio 
cii^i^ for niettTS, Itteve CtKtU 
v/a.s there, sonietioie^, it a4;4rjiu:d. 
.'iiil>j>oriini^ rneterd, and al olht-r 
UniL's denoondJiK them, Mr. 
iiell and Mrs. Fielding v/ere 
there. 
Change Over! 

IWh Ih*^ tx-muyor ai^d the ex- 
L'Oiioeillof iX'it4:raled the ne^:d for 
meters, Mr. Htew l^atiieJ: wc*is 
theje. He waa v*iitd lo tiic i.hair. 
As ehaJmian he told tlie amilt^nt-e 
Ihat Ihe nieeting -was ihetjal since 
toiiaeil hiid alrer^dy voted for the 
in^tallatiojL of joetei.s. V/ith itU 
the ardor of a Uomaii ghidiah»r, 
Mr," Hairi^'k lioiinced an every 
ijieaker who ujiijarently i^ot nil 
Ihe Iraik. 

IttiVJ did tli4^ jiieetinif eod? 
rwidve voted for nje^onsi eighi 
ojijK^iiitd tliern and thjee had "no 
opinion", Mer<:.hants v/ith "no 
opiidon", .-jcconling lo the Manner 
"survey", now ujnotJiU In nine. 

Whert di> Mr. Jlowaer lind Mr. 
Patrick stand today? Why, Ihey 
are 7i|j|io^<--d to nielej:> and wunl 
thtni nuf. Ihd Iho Biojner ^•auv 
vey" dJdn't loH tU readers that 
Ijltle hit of iideriJiiting oietor UU- 
tory, .V/hy? 

.y/e are inclined to helieve IhiU 
there ~ a^u fi^w njendiant^ v-tui 
have *'no opinion" oh mi:ti:fii^ al- 
thotj^h wii auh v/eil hcijove that 
they hWe'^no opinjon" U} roleuse 
for IJunncr iJuhliciUinn- 

y/e hehevo the nieters' sihia- 
tion to havu heeome more rather 
thJJn Jos^ L-niTiplex since their 
Jn^tuMaUcift. While ihey huvu 
aoEved the. previous nndc^Jiahlo 
dfiMUilon oii Main street^ with 
cars, ejiitlering up the sphai on 
the highway day after dqy, other 
fac-iujA have arideii which hre nut 
in ihu iJL'jt ialere^td of gnbdwill 
■ind nei^hhorline."^. 

Some of lhe.se antagonizing 
factors vjt: shaU lefer lo in a fn- 
turo urtli^le. In this present brief 
revjew W£ have dealt only with 
th« |irecurioii£i diaraet^r of the 
iiitnHluctioj» of meters Into An- 



K very body in Aurora knew 
Two other per/ervid petition- F»'"nk Smith and hi.'i shoe-re- 

pairing store on Wetlinijton St, 
Tor over 3ft years he had hecn 
at the .same location, succeeding 
his father, Charle:^ Siuilh, who 
had .-served the piihho in u simi- 
lar eapaeity in Hie old store for 
ton year.s previonjs to Frank tak- 
ing; ijver. Actually Frank Smith 
was a qualified carpenter hefore 
h<? became a shoemaker, taklnt; 
ujj tlie tatter trade at hi.^ fath- 
er's leqiie.st, 

h'ltv about :il yi?ars Frank 
fSmilii carried on it sucoes^fid 
shoe-rcpidrinii hn.'iiness, and was 
cekbra(e<l for h \ s cheerful, 
kindly manni?r. He wa?: ready- 
v/illf:<i and hiamirou:{ anil ini- 
meiisely jiopolar. All Ihrouiih 
\m Um\i illne^^ ho rmnaincd 
chev'rfiil and tried hard hi 
make a sue* i,-.s.sf nl health cinms- 
b:n-k- 

The tlealh *if his sun, Cyril, 
cau^i:ii i>y a ^mlden lu-ait at- 
tack, .shook hijii deeply. With 
Mm. South he to<ik i\u* juiitJioy 
by air t*i Nova Scotia, whcii' 
tljcir ^OM ha<l won a hii^h icpit- 
talion a.s a eon^ullinji eu^ineer, 
to attend the funeral uitd wa:^ 
iihrihidf ^Irirken ai^l had lo re- 
main in iKHiiilal fm^ several 
v/tek-s. He M^lariictl to Aurora 
jrj jjoor heaitlk, 

lli^ ri].sino4:d his ho.sioos^, ^s^iy- 
iog that "il was ^taoil lo he 
hiuk in Aim^ra ainl ^ee Ids ^dd 
fiii-uds a^ain." lie fouj>ht a tus- 
intj hatlle with couj a^e ajid 
^vt-ui cheetfiiiike^s, and never 
ij.ive up until it was phviiicidly 
tmpo:iHn.de for hiuk to carry uu 
ajiy UiUt*iii\ 
flood To Know 

Frank Hniitit wa:> a man whom 
H was jiotjd lo knovv. WjlhmU 
jjtfdejict: or nffacliiin, he wii:) a 
.straitfhl hlio<der, lie expresst^d 
opiulaas without fciir or favor 
and i^evcr i»aiidered lo anyhody. 
th^ told ns once that ho '1iad 
had a very ha|i|>y Hf*:." lie va- 
dirdod ijooil nalure. lie liked to 
talk, i^spe^^ialiy ahiiut hti» hiud- 
ijij; ojiptoits and <dd comikan- 
ioo-'i of hy-jjoiie years 

He had a Inmlinjj hul^re Ktc- 
twecn Paity Hannd and nnrh.ui. 
lit! oiiidnated a huntiujj tl^^uu 
over SO years atfii. Uo wan 
proud of Ihe faid Ihut he had 
ai/ted a-'^ cook for the isaoi; for 
over 'dil yt-ars, lie ]ovc<l to fish 
for baih^ and ;>pt;ekh:il liout, hut 
tho cha.se of Uie deer wan hU 
favokilo sport. 

Anmu4^ hunters lie Used lo talk 
ohout of Ihe old days weni 
Jo^iipii Walls, lion Polch. Alf 
fiovo, .Mm Knowle^. I.oii thin- 
hnry, Orlanda llreH, Wash. Ihiy- 
eoelL and WeS: }:^tntlh- Me usqil 
to rocali them fondly oa giaad 

huntcrfft = ^ 

In lUihr^slcem 

At hU death f'raiik Sinilh was 
in his VOjh year. He hnd livetl 
til . Atiioi a for some Hfl ytiara. 
Ug was hprh in ^epUypi Ojit, 
One nf a ian(^ family, five hro- 
ther^ und one. slfili^r, bUivlyo 
him/ They af« nichard, of 
Glfldwin. Mich.; Waller, of Ni- 
agara Fnlls| Arthur, of '/ei>liyr. 
Out,; Jidius, of Aurora; Doug- 
hid,. ii manager at the T. Eaton 



Maude, of St. Catharine's. 

For his widow, Mrs. Frank 
Smith, the deepest synii>idhy is 
hoin^ expresseti iu her irrepar- 
able loss. She may take some 
coufcfort from the knowledi^e of 
Ihe hi^h esleetn in vvhk'h her 
husband w^ls hehi. 

Mr. Smith was a member of 
the Unitc<t church of Aurora. 
Interment took place on Tues- 
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our new, lighted ''Good Will" used car lot 

MORTON Bros. Ltd. 

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OPEN EACH EVENING UNHL 9 P3f. 



TIRES 



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TIRES ARE DOWN! 

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DELIVERY SERVICE : 

GASOLINE - MOTOR. 
FUEL AND STOVE OIL 

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HASSEY-HARRIS SALQ AND SERVICE 
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They use Esso Gasoline ' 
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"Care Saves Wear" 

We pick up and deliver 

CECIL TAYIOR'S 
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hi coino l<> the Kta ami Kxprrxs offlei-. You will aUi> reieivo a f^^mf^*! 
]»ht>ii> of your S'Aun^ (Ket abu front pascJ 

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For giowth and giado Fd-O-Pep b Jopa- 
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Ful'OPep for naarly a j^at now. My 
groflB piaviouily waa only 55% aelecb 
and, BiQC« (eodiny Ful'O-Pap, it has 
goao up lo 90% 

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6 ONLY LIONEL ELECTRIC TRAINS 

$25.75 EACH 

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Sports and Cycle Shop 

PlioHo SCOiu aiiiin St. NuwinarkcL 

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Tbe Hidjld MoUon of the 
sixth carc^Kion must «urol>' 
hAvt bw^n *urpriwd last week 
to find ft bijr bu* pA^.up and 
down iU narrow, steep hills- 
Mr. l^rti:aon drovo the King W> 
1. ladie* to a picnic, the first 
time A hu» had tr>\'eUed on this 
road. Tt^ thi* paii5«n£er it look- 
«d nie if the i^dw-ay had all 
it rould do to. accommodate the 
l^ whide, lAith branches^^^f, 
tree* wrflping its sides. Jpft?" 
reedini: north to the AurST^ 
sideroad. there were unexpect- 
pd sharp turns and more ti:MS 
crowdine at the bus. From there 
on it vzs open road to. the .Bar- 
rje highway, -^.\ . 

Nevertheless, one "wdriders 
how tbe late Elizabeth Tinline 
walked through this bush when 
she taught school at S. a 12, 
over 70 years ago. She would 
leave her farm home on the 
eixlh line (now the Crawford 

place) on a Sunday aftemooiL 
Her sister Catherine would walk. 
part way through the woods 
with her. *-It was i^onderful/' 
Miss Tinline used 'fe^^ '*ThQ 
massif trees and sin^g birds 
of every kind," One time there 
was 3 fixe gaining headway in 
the hush when she set out. She 
was -Warned hy.st fire waleher 
not to go on. ": ^-V ."Jr. .r.'.:' : 

However, this pluck^,. ininute 
peison, kept on goin^ and Cath< 
erine waited until '< .sJie .^ eotild 
hear her frequent cali5;.no l^gr 
er. She got to .hqf: boarding 
house and all was ^^.cdJty ' 
'Miss Tinline died .Nearly -10 
years. ago at.ther'^ge ^Iw* hone 

, the worse for fh^i' nig'ged ek- 
periences, keen'^ajid.Valm until 

- the last- How sofi- ^n" her' suc^. 

.ceeding genei^ohs. get, with 

their motor .caf^ and \buses? 

~ Miss Tinline. .had! .^alt- strong 
feet and c^me-oiit better than 

.most of those :"^fJi, ".who. .were 
Hidges bus pk^engers on Aug, 

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. cqmmuniti#: 'wai hav^, an . op- 
fwrtunlty .^f-^. afternoon -and 
evening atVthe CiN;E; on Wed* 
.nesday, jCtig* ^^i - on - ^e . Food 
. Day, A bui^w^l l^ave the village 
at 1 p.m. fer^tuiTi Idl^at inlght 
The proje(^%afi first started by 
King City-^-t.and has jproVen 
popular. Tlcgels; . may be ob- 
tained from.Mri,.Leii RObb who 
would like ail orders In by 
Monday, Aftg. 25. 

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hapcf to revisit it sometime. Her 

journey by cog-wheel railway to 

the top of Mount Pilatua was 
only one of the thrills. ._ Luiniry 
hotels have been provided by 
University Tours. At Stratford- 
on-Avon, England, Miss Aim- 
strong had unexpected visitors, 
Mr, and Afrs, Slrathy of King 
township. ' She .will be home 
again in less than three weeks,'' 
■ Mr. Douglas J/ Scott is having 
l^'o weeks* holiday at Victoria 
Harbor, the guesl of Mr. and Mrs. 
D. Chambers and their daughter, 
Miss Margaret ChamberSi j.... , 

Mr. Arthur Green, o^Ti^ df 
Green's general store, has been 
ordered to-bed,: because of ..^a 
heart condition. The store fire 
In May and the amount of work 
entailed in restoring Ihe business 
for re-opening, as well as the 
shock of the fire, have been some 
contributing factors in undermin^ 

ing ^ Mr. Greenes health. His 

son-in-law and daughter, Mr,, and 
Mrs, Bob Kemp of Niagar^ IMls 
have been helping out diiruig 
their holidays. The busmen is 
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Mr- William Ross of Kinghorh 
owned an appendix for 83 years 
but now it has gone. tbe waythat 
all "bad appendic^" must travel. 
He underwent .a successful op- 
eration last Friday arid is doing 
well. His son, Hughie, remained 
at ..hospital uiitil the operation 
Was.completed .and visits him 
daily. Mrs. John Ifemilton and 
husband of Toronto, Mrs. Ross's 
daughter, Clara, visited him on 
Saturday. He likes. hospital life 
and has warned his nurse if ever 
she' has appendix trouble, to get 
the thing out. She promised him 
she would. 

Mrs. George Wilson with her 
children Heather and baby Beth 
of Leaside were, guests of llrs. 
George Scott for a week, 

Mr/ and Mrs, Dick Noddle, 
their son Jim, his wife and son, 
were, visitors last week of Miss 
Maisie Richards, Kinghorp. 
.Mrs. J. Moore, of Richmond 
Hill, mother of Mrs, Lome Scott, 
Kinghbrn, has. returned from a 
month's visit. in Scotland where 
she saw members of her family 
there. Swimming in Loch Lo- 
mond .was one of the interesting 
points of her stay. '•-..- 

Little Jeanie Langstaff of Ux- 
bridge has been spending vaca- 
tion at the hqme of grandfather. 



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some hostess chair,.. tJf»h6l£tered 
in lime green,. at: a. presentation 
held In I^skay hall Islst Friday 

- evening. It was the gift of their 
friends at Kiiig, Strange, Las^ 
kay, Kl ngh or ri,, following their 
marriage in June, Jack Walk- 
ington, charivari captain, read 
the compHmenlory address and 
Jack Monkm ah':.. preset) ted the 
gift. 'liiB newlyweds expressed 
their thanks, and 75 spent the 

, evening dancing to music-played 
by IW*hy Arbuckle, rMrs, Ar- 
huckle. his mother, and Garnet 

.Willium!!- The bride's two sis- 
ters and their husbands from To- 
ronto motored to l^kay for the 
evening, .v:^ . 

cnty thlldreii VMt Farm; ;- 

Mr. and Mrs; Harold Dean of 
Ijuskay were boats to some 30 
children of St. James' Dible va- 
cation school- In Toronto, y/ith 
the parish rector and his wife. 
They tame by bus, had luncheon, 
imd .swain in- the Humbcr River, 
A special treat for= the children 
was a visit, to the James Hun- 
ter farm, where they saw the 
• farm anirftdlS", the cows/ pigs, 
thickens and ^ecso. This . ex* 
perience was.now to some of the 
young pcopfo 1 who; : had never 
ixen at a ffi>m; '! - 
Mlsg F. Greenwood is the hew 
' yoke heard at King telephone 
switchboard, -7 Frances Is . the 
slaughter of ftfi', and Mrs. Karl 
Creenwood, concesafon 4. Miss 
Nora Scolt hafi ijeen doing a fine 
Job as a telephone ojjcrator dur- 
ing her summoc holidays. She 

^l" /?*"^" *S At*ro>a high 
-fiphool in September: : ■ 

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Jim Itea ot gJnshpfn had a 
tevere burn to.his rlight hand 
when a loose (lyai-o wire totifh- 
Id the Hen TcTjephsino Wires ho 
was workmg oyy: at -Uip^-^^dth 

cortce-sajon >ve^C: flf Kofcleton, 
Jim an(i two others w?ro work- 
ing on n new Ijiie froin Bdltoh 
lo Kmt' A Kuit<>a:JBiai>^_Was 
severely burned aJK>nt the shbul- 
der It is believed th^pp^tho 

the telephone line, iU results 
would have proven fatalto (ho 
llHl workmen, The 3urri be- 
tween the thumb ami f Si finger 
is very deep and hft^-to ^bo 
dressed by Dav M, J£. 6»laoo 
of SLh*.mherg daily;-, r =.- 

Mr. Fft'^l Young of Detroit 
p;nd n [>rief <^nll ^pa M^ S 
Campbell at hh Sth lln^ « 
njcently They were htiddlcs ih 
World V/tir U Uiia 3fl years 
Binc'c Fred htis been at KJngM 
whore he attended school mWe 
livim; at the McCube fiim 
wJien H hoy. He had two mli 
Jn the si^'tond war and has a Hon 
fighting in Kore.i. 

Mr. and Mrw. K. a Fhnirare 
on holidays at Algonquin Pork 
where they go cnnoeing on the 
lake^i, 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Duncan 
were planning a similar vacation. 
__Mlss Dorothy Armstrong was 
fa .Bome, Italy, last weekeiid and 
hfime of (He wonderful 
of her tour PftI W 



Mr. and Mrs. George Chapman 
have faetn faking holidays at 
their cottage on the Severn Kiv- 
er, a favorite fishing resort. They 
took their motor boat with theni. 

Mrs. A. E. Kelley spent a week 
with Mrs. L. D- Bryan of Aurora, 
at her cottage at Ora Beach, Lake 
Simcoe- . . 

Jim McDonald came home 
from Sault Ste, Marie last week 
in time to rush to the Schomberg- 
Klng aoftl^all playoff at Schom- 
berg hall park on Aue..J2/ He is 
a member of the local ball team 
and yjQs greeted like a long lost 
pal. : Acc^jmpanying him waa 
John Johns of St. Catharines. 
Students of Weslein LTniversily, 
the young men are on a team of 
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during their .vacatiom Jim has 
been haying a v/onderfui!tnne in 
the Sauit diatricl. He is an ae- 
t'ompfjiihcd piani.at. 

Keilh Kylti has returned from 
vacation at iJaia to his Maple 
home and is I jack" at Or^ W, O. 
Noblc'i dental office at Newmar- 
ket where he is gaining esfperi- 
encc before returning to dental 
college, U. of T. His brother, 
FO Ron Kyle, flew to Trenton 
airport from Europe, coming on 
to Maple by bus for a. couple of 
days v;ilh his paienta/Mr. and 
Mrs. K. J. Kyle. V/ilh Squadron 
42/J, he iiad been flying veterans 
to Dieppe for the commemoration 
ceremonial this month. He cx- 
peefed to fly back lo Korea. . 
. M.fss;Clura.Campl)ell tried ex- 
aminatJons in child psychology 
and;Engllsli early this v/cek to 
complete a summer course which 
would give her a' permanent 
te^iching .certifieale, Sho .will 
teach grades 4 and fi in Humber 
Bay publlo school in September 
after being principal of Smith- 
field ^hool for three years. 

The Campbell sisters, Clara, 
Earleoe and Gorry, v/ith (heir 
couaih, Kay CampbeHi and Bar- 
bara and Carol Busby, have a 
collage at Lake SImcoo at Cedar 
Meach, near Beavorton, . for : a 
week. They wlU Ije joined by 
other jfrlehds during their -va* 
catiom .. 

'Mr- and Mrs^ t h- Scott were 
Visitors, of Mr. and Mrs, Bert 
Waiiamaker at Seagrave for the 
weekend. 

Mr; Peter Clark and daughter 
Kay motored to Deeton to attend 
IM funeral of Mr, William Bid- 
deli> retired farmer, who was a 
dfai^nt relative. of Mr. Clarh/ 
..A brother of Mrs. D, C Wotb- 
ewpoon ha* been crilically ill in 

s Toronto hospital i?ui is re- 
ported sUatilly impinvcd/ 

>i ^"^^?;j <^'.y^S ""t^ 'or the now 
^oflt office ftuilding. bointf btini 

by Mr., W, K McDonald'trffi^r 
property In Khig City, was ex^ 
3)eelcd to he made thin week. To 
front King street, the first firw 
section St,v the poslal depart- 
ment and drug store- wjll bi* 
ready for use In uliout six weeks 
after conatrucllon begins. The 
top floor will contain a local 
doctor's office and apartment 
po.^bulldihg will h^vo a brick 

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He and his. sohitodiiey spent a 
fWi days at Monteithj and. he 
and his family took' motor'visits 
to Shak^peare a^nd~ several 
other -places to visit relatives,- 
Mn and Mis^.D. Bell of Toronto 
spent a : recent weekend at- the 
home of Im brother- ■--.. ^ 
: Mrs. W. F. McDonald and her 
fri^d. Miss Chris. Semple of 
Toronto are -spending this week 
on vacation, at Owen .Sound. 

Mr.and Mrs. Bill. Drinkwater 
had their baby son, John. Walter, 
christened.. on Sunday at their 
cottage at Georgian Bay. Dr. J, 
T, and Mrs. Phair,: the child's 
maternal:- grandparents, were 
there for :lheceremony>: 

. Mrs/Hefiriah Misener.and her 
son Newton of Niagara Falls 
were visitors on Sunday at the 
home of Mr. and Mrs. Whalley 
Finch. This summetr they are 
having many visits by. friends 
going and . coming from the 
northern resorts, using the new 
Bar rie highway. 

Mrs. T. C. Noble has her 
niece, Mrs. Earl Fisher, and her 
daughters, .Lorraine, and Linda 
of. -Preston, visiting her _ for a 
week. They had dinner at the 
home of Mrs. Archie Campbell, 
also an aunt of Mrs. Preston, on 
Wednesday. Mrs. Noble's birth- 
day .was Aug. 13 and at the In- 
stitute picnic lliat day, the gath- 
ering sang "happy birthday" lo 
surprise her. . 

Mn.and Mrs. Krnest Smith 
and Mrs.. Ward Rice of Water- 
I ford spent Sunday at the home 
'of Mr, and Mrs. Ivan Specht. 
Mrs. Rice brought back her 
granddaughter, Dorothy Specht, 
who. visited her for three weeks. 
Mr. and Mrs. Chris- Kvlsh and 
their children, Avy Z, and O- 
vind e» are a Danish family who 
have come to work at the J. D. 
Tory farm." They are living on 
the north. placOj in the house 
that- was formerly owned by 
Earl Bowes. The mother speaks 
no English but the little girl is 
able to understand a few words 
and has a working knov/ledge of 
the language. 

Mrs. Wm._ Green of Aurora 
had Sunday supper witii Miss 
Lena Cairns v/hiie - her dnui^h- 
ter, Mrs. Klla GoldHmith, vLsited 
her friend, Mrs. John ParE*>ns. 
Mrs. Green is very active al- 
though she is past 30, She is a 
cliyrler member of Evcrsley 
Presbyterian W.M.S., orwiinlzed 

in laaa. 

Mr. and Mis. Italph Hnnter 
and .son Teddy took a week's 
vacation, spending a couple of 
days .at Niajjam Falls and (he 
remainder of the lime at Parry 
Sound, v/here. they intend to 
build a summer collage next 
year. While tiiey v/ero absent, 
Mr. and Mrs- Fred Johnslon and 
their son Freddy of Alhambra, 
California, called hut returned 
to see them when they were en- 
route to Ottav/a to visit Mrs. 
Johnston's parents. They are 
expected to visit the Hunters 
again; v;hen they retnrn from Ot- 
iov/o, Mrs, Johnston nod Mra. 
Ifunter lived together in Tonm- 
to during the v/ar years. 
.Mrs.: Fred Dent came home 
from hoapital ui Toronto this 
v/eek nfler an operation, fihe 
v/JH be confined to btd for a 
couple of v/eeks and her daugh- 
ter, Freda, is.fil liome curing for 
iier mother^ Freda, as Ihe T. 
Eaton represent alive for Aurora 
dhtrlcl high school, ha» heen 
asked to participate in the Kal^m 
fashion shov/ on Sept. i:i, find 
will moderclolh.es on Ihe occa- 
slon at. Ihe audhorium of- the 
College street store. 

Mr. nod Mrsl Roy Richards of 
Sim coe were at the. home of bi^ 
parehiB; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse HI- 
cbards/ after Ibey returned from 
vacation = at : Smith = Porcupine, 
New I ^f( card, Ottawa arid Mar- 
mora, v/Iierc they, visited Mr. 
Doug_ Goobels. who was ao O. 
A, C, Collego chEun of Roy. TIjey 
wore, alfio at Rosa Atklnwm's 
home at New fJj^iieard anil viwiU 
edDonald CampitoJl. a couain; al 
Hfiliburton, who Is wUh the air- 
fotcfl. : ; 

-Two pais t|f Jack pqa^io. Klijg 
Ridges; who will leave Caoflda 
mJwo. weeks for nnny servhv 
In Korea* came from' Gamp M^jr- 
deri to Hpmd Ifte v/C'i-hend ui the 
Ihtunn Ijome. .ImU is wilh tfie 
U'tmrVG foM.e ui iU,r*Uu but will 
return bi llioe for tijn IjIhI* wlio^d 
v/ork on .Sept. 'J,. 

Mya, f^o Idjih sav/ lier riev/ 
JEfanddaughler for the fb^t time 
on Hi^mJuy, horn h> Mr. jjml Mib: 
Lloyd Robh of RoUoo. on H^ii 
urdny, Autf, it, at Rrj.mplon hi^ 
pitab J«ihn and RiiH^dl lUihU, 
the iHiby'a uiieit^, and Bill 
Urown motore^ Mrs, I^jlib |o 



:5^i Rhgda>Forr€ri left this 
wMk for. Yorkton, Sask-j.motor- 
ingwith .MK.aiid. Mrs. Garnet 

Diceman. of ..Maple, /She intends 
to. stay with her sister, Mrs. 
Alofiza > Diccmah, for several 
weeks and the Dieemans will be 
gone. a month. 

■ -Mrs.: George Wilde of St Ca 
iharines came to King last week 
to visit her^friend, Mrs. Gordon 
Wells, who had paid her a visit 
a week earlier-- 

. Mr. and Mrs. Len Ingrani and 
family. of Toronto . called at the 
home of Mr, Harvey Folliott on 
Sunday evening. Mr.- Ingram 
worked at the FoRlotL farm . 22 
years ago. . : . 

Mr, . and Mrsl ARan Bales, ^ a 
bride" and groom on Aug. 2, 
were unable to take their honey- 
moon trip aa far west as they 
had Intended..^ Mr.: Bales will 
attend provincial police school 
next January, and they. had. lo 
leave- Chicago in lime for Mr. 
Bales to try preliminary tests 
on Aug, 12. These were written 
successfully. Mrs, Bales has re^ 
turned to her work as King tele- 
phone operator in the meantime, 

Mr. Bob Falla and son Gor- 
don of . Toronto were at Mr. 
Frank GambHll's on Saturday to 
take. Richard Chaplin on a fish- 
ing outing for the day. 

Miss Margaret Howiirdt a 
teacher of MeMurriek school, 
Toronto, was the guest of Mrs. 
B. G. Jackson on Wcdhesduy of 
last wee kk She came for Kine 



WX - plcnle "at :Miss. Burrow's 
home that day. 

Mr.and Mrs. \V/ E. Walker of 

Sarhia were; on' vacation in King 

vicinity last week,, to see Mr. 

Walker's father, Mr, "Arthur 
Walker, at Kinghbrn, the Har- 
vey Follioirs, Mrs. I-aura Roll- 
ing and., the Hollinsheads . at 
Kingliorn. Bill is a chemical en- 
gineer in the processing depart- 
inenl of" Polymer Cor po rati oh 
and his wife is in the accounting 
dep;irlment He ; has been with 
the company for two yeai-s. 
They also -visited the John 
Perry's at Maple; 

CongrMulalions to Mr. and 
Mrs. Bob Gla.^s whose son, Johii 
Aubrey, was born oh August '4 
at York County hospital, New- 
market At the. same . hospital, 
on Angu:;t 10, a daufihter to Mr, 
a.nd Mrs. Frederick Firth. 

Dianne McAllister, Scarboro, 
has been holidaying at the home 
of her gr;mdinolher, Mra. Wm_ 
Boys, at Laskay. Visitors of 
Miss Winnifrcd Boys recently 
were Miss h<iSG Fgan, Miss Huth 
Guixow and Miss Anne . Daw- 
son, of Toronlo. . " ,--"■■ y 

Mrs. E. J. Kyle of Maple had 
the misfortune to slip on some 
loose gravel while crossing the 

highway at Kin« last week, 
sprniniog n knee when she fell. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Canooy 
and children of Toronlo spent a 
week recently with her parents, 
Mr. and Mrs. Ray. Burl. 

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services at Baptist Churth 

:On;&unday. Aug- 17, Mr. A. 
Ei Hobson :was in charge of the 
service at Bethel Baptist church. 
On August.2'1, Mr.'Gordon Tct- 
ley "wiR he. the preacher. Pul- 
pit replacements are being made 
while the minister, Rev,^W, E. 
Smalley, and -his wife are on 
vacation. Congregational at- 
tendance has been cxccpfiohally 
good all summer. .. 

Eversley Presbyterian - services 
will be resumed on Sunday, Aug, 
24. at" 7.30 p.m.; at Strange at 
2.30 in the afternoon, and at 11 
aim. in the Ninth Line church. 
Rev.-Wolher.spoon has completed 
his vacation period. 

The beautiful spikes of choice 
gladioli that decorated King 
Unitc<l church last Sunday vion 
the admiration of everyone. 
They were supplied and arrang- 
ed >y Mrs, G. T_ Tliompson. 

Eversley W.A, was ontertaihed 
at the. home of Mrs. Charles Gor- 
don dii. August 13, when Mrs. Al* 
bert. Jones presided. The scrip- 
ture passage was. read by Mrs. 
Aubrey Wade and a prayer giv- 
en by Mrs, Jones. Mrs. Watson 
Ferguson arranged an inforihal 
program consisting of a reading 
by herself, a reading by :Mrs, 
Roy " Bowen, a . fruit and . vege- 
table name confestj conducted 
by Mrs. Feri^uson, and. won by 
Mrs. Dan Feiguson of Wood- 
viRe and Mrs, Arlhur Bovair. 
Mrs, D. M. Ross annuimced that 
two (luilts ore to be quilted by 



tbe W^, one of which she but 
nearly completed. 

When Strange Presbyterian W. 
H. S. met at the home of Mis. 
C. A. Black, the preddent, on 
Aug, 13, Mrs. Donald HcCaRum 
gave a readitii, and Mibl R. Far- 
ren took ''Christian literature in 
South America", a chapter of the 
study boot Mrs. Blade had 
readings entitled *^Ouc Posses- 
sions" and "Remembrance", Ar- 
'rangemenls were made to hold 
the Sunday school picnic on Sat- 
urday afternoon, Sept. 6, in the 
Windass flats, Vaughan town- 
ship. There is a good stream 
there and a pleasant time is an- 
ticipated. -.>V - 

Se*fcFtind^ ■ 

■:..A^rinied letter lias been plac- 
ed -Inthe hands of all members 
^ifd friends of AR Saints' Ang- 
licari church, written by the rec- 
ildr'at theireciuest ot the church 
Avardens. .it jioints out the need 
^Ot-establlshingja building fund 
for ihe puipose of making need- 
fed improvements to the build- 
fttg and certain. alterations. ' - 

:The sum of $3,(100, the imme- 
.(ilale. objective, is asked for re- 
pairs. It wiU not be long before 

this church, riwiR celeferate its. 

centenary. The : Tmandal ap^ 
peal has come after careful de:^ 
liberations by church officials 
and the rector, . . ;..-.\!-'-i 

Seek Vocations ; - H 

[ Roy Robson, Belly Scott r^d 

Mary Chaptnahi successfid 5*(n-^ 
ior matriculants have made.ar^ 

pljcaliohs. to enroll . at.. Toronto 
Normal school foctheir teadi- 
ers*Mrainirig. course in. Septem- 
ber. . - .■ . ,-:■ 

FloHe Beynon, of TemperM^^r 
vilie, Noreen Lister of Schoin^ 
berg and Heleii Wells of Lake 
Wilcox haye_ taken . the pror 
teachers*, summer course : which 
entitles, them to leach school for 
two years before taking . the 
Normal School training, Florie 
has heori engaged .at Dunkctron 
school, Simcoe Co., Ndreeh to 
leach the Crawford school^ W^t 
King, and Helen Wells= to teach 
at Mathewson, Northern Ontario: 
Students to be Guests of GJI.E.; 

George Halely, Eaton Hall 
Farm, Eversley, and Miss. Rema 
Marshall of Kettleby, have l>een 
invited, to represent Aurora high 
school district as guests of the 
directors of the Canadian NUr 
tional Exhibition on Warriors* 
Day, Aug. 23. With some : ZOO 
Ontario students, they wilt be 
entertained to a full day of fun 
and sights, inusic and danciiig, 
ending with seats on the hiige 
grandstand 16 "see lhe_ = evening 
performance and fireworksn 

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' in making mats, carpels and 

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